SSD's serve the same purpose as Hard Drives. SSD stands for Solid State Drive which has no mechanical parts to wear out the way traditional drives do. SSD's are much faster since there is practically no seek time involved with waiting for a platter to spin around.Sorry, I am not a computer nerd but can you please explain what SSD is and what it does and how does it help? Thanks
Not just that. Because the data is stored in solid-state (semi-conductors) memory devices (rather than by alignment of magnetic particles on spinning magnetic disks), not only is the data location found much more quickly, but the data reads and writes are almost instantaneous from there, too.SSD's are much faster since there is practically no seek time involved with waiting for a platter to spin around
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