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Friday, 12 January 2018

The Best SSDs for Upgrading Your Laptop

Looking to turbo-charge a poky laptop? SSD upgrades are effective—and, nowadays, almost too cheap not to do. See our upgrade advice, plus the best drives to buy right now.
Looking to upgrade your aging laptop PC? You can do only so much without a fabrication plant or a tech-savvy witch doctor at your service. In most cases, your options are limited to three: (1) Wipe the machine clean, and reinstall the operating system and your programs; (2) add more RAM; or (3) install a new hard drive or a solid-state drive (SSD).
Many laptop users may be surprised to find that option no. 3, using an SSD, is the single most effective update they can perform to an older notebook. (Even better: Combine that with option no. 1.) An SSD upgrade is especially dramatic if the laptop relies on a platter-mechanism hard drive.
Samsung SSD 850 EVO
                  Samsung SSD 850 EVO
Some upgrades speed up a system only under certain circumstances, or with certain programs. An SSD, though, can make an older machine feel snappy and fresh across the board. If you're using a platter drive, replacing it with almost any recent-vintage SSD should show a clear benefit when you're booting up, launching programs, opening large files, loading game levels, and performing many other everyday computing tasks.
That's because with an SSD, you're dealing strictly with flash memory. Classic hard drives deliver plenty of gigabytes for your dollar, but they are at heart mechanical devices. Inside, a spinning disk holds your data, and a series of read/write heads on a moving arm tracks across the surface to find what you need to fetch and where you want to write. It's hard for a mechanism like that, as fast as it may be, to compete with the speed of electrons coursing through an SSD memory chip.
Crucial BX100
                       Crucial BX100
It's also hard for hard drives to compete with flash memory in terms of knock-about durability. Hard drives incorporate accelerometers, drive-head-parking technology, and other precautionary technologies to protect the disks and armatures in the event you drop a laptop. But there's always danger to data if a drive gets jarred while it's operating. SSDs are impervious to that kind of thing. A blow hard enough to damage an SSD would do frightful damage to the laptop, in any case.
"SSDs: Okay, where can I get one?" might be your first question. The key thing is, you'll have to do some homework to see if your laptop can accept an SSD upgrade in the first place. If it's just a few years old, it probably can. Really old models might not have support for SSDs in their BIOS at all, but a laptop that elderly isn't going to be worth upgrading to start with. What you need to know is the kind of drive that's inside the laptop now, and whether you can get at it easily for a swap.
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