I have a laptop with 3 internal SSDs
- Win10 C:
- Zorin E:
- Data D:
From Zorin and W10 I have no problem accessing my data in the disk D:
The only application (apart from itunes…) that prevent me so far to maybe use Zorin as main OS is my e-mail client Mozilla Thunderbird…
I am wondering if instead of choosing to install this application in C: (W10) I install it in D: (Data) would I then be able to use it from Zorin by changing the local repertory in the settings to point it in the folder in the D: drive…?
In the eventuality this work both clients (W10 and Zorin) would then share the same calendar, same settings etc…