Understanding SSD’s: An in depth look at the way they work
SSD’s are becoming more and more common in our computers. These amazing devices can speed up your older computer like nothing else, and may soon be the standard for all operating system drives in new computers. Lee Hutchinson at Ars Technica takes you on an examination of exactly how these hard drives work, and why you should consider having one.
The article can be found here.
This is a very detailed and technical article, so come prepared. But this is a good introduction for any layman wishing to know more about this technology.
1 Comments on Understanding SSD’s: An in depth look at the way they work
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- Posted on: 05 Jun 12 01:09
VERY good article - and sorta easy to read - if you take your time - thank you-eh
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