How-To Geek

Solid State Drive (SSD)

SSDs are data storage devices which use flash-based RAM to store data persistently, meaning that unlike volatile memory, SSDs retain their contents even when unpowered. SSDs have no moving parts so they are less prone to shock and because they can recall data almost instantly, they are much faster than traditional HDDs.

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