SSD units have become the norm thanks to a major price drop for SATA models. As we know, SSD units using PCIe slots are still really expensive.
The surge in popularity of SSDs over HDDs is expected, as even cheaper SSDs make a huge difference in terms of performance in contrast to HHDs. SSDs make the OS and apps open quickly by reducing their load times in most cases.
One of the biggest upsides of SSD units is performance, but it is not the only one. SSDs are also more efficient and durable because they lack mechanical parts, so they are especially great for laptops. However, we must bear in mind that there are a series of steps or advices to follow in order to make the most out of their capabilities and lifespan. We will tell you more about said steps in this special article.
1. Do not use defragmenting tools
SSDs are entirely different than HDDs. SSDs work differently, which means they do not need the same type of maintenance. What is good for HDDs is not good for SSDs. Continue reading Things you should not do if you have an SSD