This might be a very “I only understand Windows” question, but I would really appreciate your guidance. I have a NVME drive that I want to use for boot and an SSD that I want to use for big applications like Steam and also just storing files and stuff. On Windows I’d just install Steam and or specific programs to the SSD. However, if I understand correctly, this isn’t really how Linux operates.
So my question is, what is the best way to partition everything to accomplish my goal? When I install, should I make the SSD my home folder and use the NVME my boot drive? Does my last question even make sense ? Is LVM something I should learn about and do so I can use all of my storage space? I’m just hopelessly lost as to the best way to keep my boot fast and take full advantage of all my storage.