What is SSD?

SSD stands for a solid-state drive. It is basically a storage device where you can store your personal data. SSD is a type of secondary storage. In a computer, SSD also stores operating system code, frameworks, and drivers which allows the system to boot up and operate.

It performs same basic functions as a hard disk drive. Basically, SSD’s replace HDD’s      (Hard Disk Drives).

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