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Basic knowledge you want to know! Let’s understand speed and performance of HDD and SSD

Basically, HDDs and SSDs have been installed in a PC when you buy it. How much do users understand about this HDD and SSD? Although there is an image that stores data somehow, there may be many people who do not understand the transfer speed and the performance.
An HDD and an SSD are indispensable points for creating a comfortable personal computer environment. If you deepen your understanding of its speed and performance, you will be able to create more suitable personal computer environment.

1. HDD and SSD storage capacity
2. Performance related to HDD and SSD speed
2-1. Number of platters (HDD only)
2-2. Rotation speed (HDD only)
2-3. Cache capacity (HDD / SSD)
2-4. SSD type (SSD only)
3. Conclusion
The performance of an HDD and SSD cannot be judged only by these capacity. The transfer speed also has a big influence on how comfortable you can handle your work on your computer. Of course, speed is very important not only when purchasing a personal computer but also when choosing an external HDD or SSD. The higher the performance, the higher the price of most products. It is important to determine the required performance in consideration of your own usage and environment.

I can’t save the file! How to solve when an HDD or an SSD runs out of the capacity

As you use your PC, various data and files will be accumulated. Not only files such as Word, Excel, and images, but also installing an update program when updating software fills capacity of an HDD and an SSD, and the operation of a PC becomes slow and unstable. So what should you do if your HDD or SSD runs out of space? This content introduces a method to solve an HDD or an SSD capacity shortage using a Windows PC as an example.

1. Delete unnecessary files
2. Disk cleanup
3. Move old files to external media
4. Conclusion
Although a huge amount of data files are stored in a personal computer, not all of them are used all the time, and some of them may not be used over time. In such a case, try increasing a free space on an HDD or an SSD using the method explained this content. However, if the capacity is still insufficient, consider adding more HDDs and SSDs, or replacing a PC with the one equipped with a larger capacity of an HDD or an SSD.