So here's the question. This is all theoretical, I don't have any actual concerns or complaints about the system. I'm curious as to what determines how quickly a program will install to your SSD/HDD. Say I'm installing a program to my SSD, and it's about a 2gb install, theoretically, my SSD could write that down (installing from SSD as well) in a few seconds, maybe ten or fifteen. But of course the CPU has to unpack the files, but the installer is only running the CPU at maybe 20% on a quad core. Which leads me to question why. Couldn't the installer utilize my CPU at say, 40-50% and install twice as quickly? Is it intentional so you don't slow the system down or even freeze it while installing? Or is there something limiting how fast the files can be found-unpacked-then installed?