Tag Archives: HDD

Cloud Storage and Alternatives

Ordinarily, every computer has some local memory storage capacity. Apart from the Random Access Memory or RAM, computers have either a magnetic hard disk drive (HDD) or a solid-state disk (SSD) to store programs and data even when power is shut off—RAM cannot hold information without power. The disk drive primarily stores the Operating System that runs the computer, other application programs, and the data these programs generate. Typically, such memory is limited and tied to a specific computer, Read more [...]

Solid State Drives – Why Are They So Fast?

For most people, an HDD or hard disk drive inside their computer is the flat broad box that stores their Operating System, files, documents, and other essentials. So far, not many users were aware of the inner workings of their HDD. Lately, with speeds of computers going up many folds, people have started looking at alternatives for the HDD – the SSD or the Solid State Drive. Whatever else you change in your computer system, the general experience remains the same. For example, you may get a Read more [...]