Upgrade Your Computer’s Hard Drive to an SSD
If your computer is not responsive enough for the use that you want it for, but you don’t want to spend money to buy a new one. We can upgrade its hard drive to a faster SSD drive.
- Access Time: An SSD has access speeds of 35 to 100 micro-seconds, which is nearly 100 times faster. This faster access speed means programs can run more quickly, which is very significant, especially for programs that access large amounts of data often like your operating system.
- Reliability: The SSD drive has no moving parts. It uses flash memory to store data, which provides better performance and reliability over an HDD.
- Power: The SSD uses less power than a standard HDD, which means a lower energy bill over time and for laptops an increase of battery life.
- Noise: With no moving parts SSD generates no noise.
- Heat: Because there are no moving parts and due to the nature of flash memory, the SSD generates less heat, helping to increase its lifespan and reliability.
- Magnetism: SSD is not affected by magnetism.