to whs, first of all thank you for your wonderful help and information, I would definitely look more into the differences of SSD and their compatibility to different OS.
Now, let me explain my case with more detail.
I am planning to buy a new laptop and although some of the custumizable brands have SSD as options, most of them still does not have it.
The main use of my laptop would be some mathamatical programming in softwares such as MatLab, so i definitely dont need super large hard drive, and as i have heard, SSD are faster in loading large programs and stuff.
Also, from my past experience, the previous laptops I bought does not comes with an installation disk and OS disk, instead they use a portion of the build in hard drive to store all the drives and the OS as a back up data and they comes with their own branded system recovery software.
I was wondering if it is possible for me to burn all of these into my DVDs?
What should I do with them after I install, say the ssd, into my system, do i just put the disks in the computer and it would ask me to click setup and everything would be done, or do i have to type in specific commands to load the files from the disk?
I'm totally new to windows 7 so I'm not sure what would happen.
I hope these information helps