In a special system the SSD is used to speed up the boot and provide a few second boot time as I open the lid. This use gives us a nice balance without the high cost of big SSD drives.
It's a shame this laptop has no make or model or I'd check if it's like mine.
I'm not sure how to install anything on my SSD. In fact, I don't even know how to access it. I just got a new laptop with a 24 GB SSD. But when I go to to My Computer, I only see OS (C:) and DATA (D:) drives, and both are almost evenly partitioned into ~300 GB each (my regular HD is 750 GB). I don't see anything about the SSD. I'm sorry if this is a silly question, but I am fairly noob to these things.
By the way, I'm using Windows 8.