Installation In HDD or SSD?

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Using Lenovo Legion Y540 With 256 SSD+1TB HDD:
There is 160gb Free Storage available in SSD , but i’m not able to shrink the drive(Only 25GB is getting shrinked).
So how can I install Ubuntu on SSD?
Will it be better to Install on HDD?
Please help me out , I tried a lot but can’t figure it out
ALSO , how to install it on HDD
I’m a first time Installer of linux*
Laptop: Lenovo Legion Y540
SSD : 256GB
HDD : 1 TB

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