From 2023, Computer Manufacturers will have to install fast SSDs instead of slow HDDs

 

From 2023, Computer Manufacturers will have to install fast SSDs instead of slow HDDs

The time of hard drives (HDDs) seems to have passed, and it is time to finally completely replace them with much faster SSDs. There are several types.

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The change comes in parallel with Windows 11, so from next year all new computers that will appear on the market will have to have SSDs (Solid-State Drives). As things stand, it seems that the Redmond company is dictating this theory, which could soon become a practice.


Hand on heart, we would never even buy a computer with a classic hard drive (HDD) again because they are truly a thing of the past. For today's needs, they are too slow, they are mechanical (they have rotating heads), and they consume more energy. On the other hand, SSDs are many times faster, especially if they are M.2 models, which are again several times faster than "classic" SSDs.


You can still find Windows laptops on the market that have both SSDs and HDDs, all major manufacturers (Lenovo, HP, Dell and others) have them. There are even models with eMMC memory that "plays" SSDs, but it's a bit between HDDs and SSDs. But they should disappear by the end of the year, and from 2023, all new computers should have SSDs. Competitive Apple has long used only SSDs.


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Is it finally time to say goodbye to the HDD? Yes in computers, but not completely. HDDs are still significantly cheaper than SSDs and where we see how they will be used for years to come is as external drives or data backup.

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