I doubt they will shut down the Java version for a long time. Developing the cross-platform version (Windows 10 Edition) will probably help to keep Minecraft going for longer.
Given the actual size and scope of Disney I really hope he invested his initial success wisely because he just screwed himself out of anything children oriented for the rest of his career.
No other major industry player that deals with children will touch an individual with antisemitic shenanigans in their history even if it was just for the lulz or wtfs.
Seriously, it's not the early 90s, there's absolutely no need to find out just what people are willing to do for a dollar on the internet anymore. To be "shocked" by the outcome is like being surprised fire is hot.
There is another thread close by here, "Best SSD for gaming" which I studied. That has a lot of interesting and relevant stats, and it put me on to the 850 EVO. I checked some other sources too (and have been for some weeks), but with some recent price changes an SSD upgrade now seems like a no-brainer.
Glad it helped you out - hope you'll be happy with the EVO :)
To be fair you might actually be better off with a decent size 850 EVO. Was a great drive and you might find that because it's booting natively from your motherboard, rather than an SSD going through a third-party M.2 adapter, it might actually get you into Windows quicker.
Just ordered 500GB 850 Evo £144, and 2TB HD to go with it. Checked the SMART data on my HDs, one shows 1,393 days power-on time! Time to retire the pair, I think. Thanks for the help!
Thanks for the info & quick reply. I upgraded my PC with the H87 board as it was "previous generation" at the time, and very good value. It's served me well, but obviously there's the risk of missing out on newer features. Maybe SATA 850 Evo is a better way to go. I have 2x1TB HD ATM, so that should still give me a good speed boost.
I've got a horrible feeling that booting from PCIe devices only came in with Intel's 9-series boards, a generation after your board :(
Unfortunately I don't have an old H87 board here to check it out on for you. That said, this Asus adapter...
...claims to offer support for the B85 chipset.