For sure, when I got this Lenovo, it came
with a 5400 RPM cigate drive,
non ssd, it took 1 minute to
boot, running 8gb of ram, i5 processsor,
I installed this new ssd drive,
and it boots in 6 seconds.
On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 01:19 PM, Kenny
I would just make sure, and get a solid
state, I have both, and the Solid state is so much faster,
Or, if you can get a great deal on a machine with good specs
but that comes with a large HDD standard, be prepared to
upgrade to an SSD promptly as the main OS drive.
I just bought a 1TB Crucial BX500 drive for $82, so they're
not expensive, and there are times if you can get "fire sale"
prices on certain machines still sporting HDDs but having
decent processors and memory that it ends up being cheaper to
buy one and then have the upgrade to SSD done afterward. And
if we're talking a desktop PC, that means that original OS
drive can still make a great internal backup drive and/or
"overflow storage" for stuff you seldom use that you really
don't need instantly at hand on the SSD.
The speed boost one gets from an SSD is every bit as
significant as what one can get by upgrading RAM when it's
inadequate, and boot times decrease dramatically.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
man's worst difficulties begin when he is able to do as
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