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Probably a dumb question, but how big is the finished install for the AE guide?

The guide page, I didn't notice a fully installed size on the drive.  My old STEP set up(with some extra mods) was about 80 gigs, and I want to know(if possible) how big a base STEP install is, so I know if it'll fit on my current SSD. 

If this is the wrong forum for this, apologies. 

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1 hour ago, Sakiri said:

Probably a dumb question, but how big is the finished install for the AE guide?

The guide page, I didn't notice a fully installed size on the drive.  My old STEP set up(with some extra mods) was about 80 gigs, and I want to know(if possible) how big a base STEP install is, so I know if it'll fit on my current SSD. 

If this is the wrong forum for this, apologies. 

If you don't keep the mod archives after they're installed you're looking at 80-100GBs. That includes the 18-19 GBs for the game. My mods folder is currently ~60GBs.

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Alright. Yeah I have the room for that, but I'll need to move the mod archives to my hdd. 

And get a new SSD for future proofing haha. 

 

Perfect. Off to install. 

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