Solid State Drive vs Hard Drive
Until recently, computer buyers had a very small choice of what kind of memory to stock their laptop or desktop computer.
We explain the differences between SSDs and HDDs, showing their pros and cons to help you choose.
HDDs are essentially made up of a metal plate coated with a magnetic coating that stores data.
The rotating discs are read by the head on the shoulder.
SSDs can be permanently installed on the motherboard, or in a field that is the size and shape of a standard drive.