SSD Explanation

The function of an SSD (Solid State Drive) is identical to that of an HDD (Hard Disk). An SSD acts as a storage medium for all your files, documents and programs, including the Windows operating system. This brings us to the reason why we put an SSD in every laptop instead of an HDD.

We choose to use an SSD in every laptop because of its significantly better performance compared to an HDD. Booting a laptop with an SSD takes only 10 to 15 seconds on average, while it can take 45 to 60 seconds with an HDD. Even with everyday tasks such as surfing the internet, you notice a significant speed difference between the same laptop with an SSD and an HDD. This is because the internet browser is also installed on the SSD. So everything you install on the SSD works faster and better than if you installed it on an HDD. You can, for example, think of Office, games or other installed programs.

However, the fact that SSDs are faster than HDDs isn't the only reason why we put an SSD in everything. In addition to being faster, SSDs also offer higher quality. An HDD consists of moving parts that read the data, while an SSD uses memory chips for reading data. As a result, SSDs last longer and are less likely to fail. In addition, SSDs maintain the same speed even when a lot of data is stored on them. With an HDD, you will notice that the laptop becomes slower and crashes as more data is stored on it.