Solid state drive (SSD) is favored by numerous computer users. Not only can it be used for data storage, but also it is able to improve computer performance. Now, this article will expose 6 top ways in which a SSD can facilitate PC performance.
When selecting a data storage drive for your computer, perhaps you’ll take both storage capacity and performance into consideration. In terms of the latter factor, it is suggested to use a solid state drive (SSD) in that it is capable of dramatically improving your computer performance in the following 6 ways. Now, read on to get them in detail.
1. Booting Time
If you treat a solid state drive as an internal drive in your computer, the drive will let your PC boot in seconds, exactly in a minute. In a nutshell, compared with a computer booting from a hard disk drive (HDD), SSD-equipped PC is able to boot much faster anyway.
2. App Launching
Besides, provided that you are using SSD for system drive on your PC and all the programs are installed in the drive, you will experience much better performance when launching any programs. Most users complain a lot about slow launching of applications. But, with a SSD, this trouble will be gone.
3. Data Read/Write
Moreover, you will discover that it is much faster when you read and write data. For instance, when you double click on a Word document, the document file can be opened in a jiffy, getting rid of being stuck in slow opening. Equally, it can be also far fleeter to edit and save a document.
4. File Copy/Move
Furthermore, a majority of users, whose computer have worked for many years, are complaining that it is considerably slow to copy or move files. Most of time, it is because the old internal hard drive. In this case, if you replace the old disk with a new SSD, when you try to copy a large file, you’ll be surely surprised the greatly accelerated speed.
5. Noises in Work
As we all know, hard drive consists of platters, heads, spindle motors and a lot of other mechanical components. When you try to read drive data, the drive platters will constantly spin up, which can create some noises. Also, over time, noises can be louder and louder, which can disturb your working on PC. But, if you use a SSD, which has no moving parts, you won’t hear any noises.
Last but not least, since all computer data is stored in the internal drive, once the drive fails, all data will be corrupt, such as damaged Outlook files. Therefore, you must hope that your drive can be more durable. From this perspective, solid state drive earns kudos. It is immune from mechanical failures that are very common on hard drive.
Shirley Zhang is a data recovery expert in DataNumen, Inc., which is the world leader in data recovery technologies, including fix SQL Server and outlook repair software products. For more information visit www.datanumen.com