Solid State Drives

Solid State Drives or SSD’s are a great way to breathe new life into your computer or laptop and make them as fast as an iPad! An SSD is a modern invention to replace the bottleneck in your computer or laptop. The bottleneck is caused by the traditional hard disk drive. That’s the device that is marketed to you as being the 1TB or terabyte drive on television or internet when advertising computers or laptops. These are slow, and make your whole system at times seem very sluggish and downright frustrating! They just cannot keep up with the size of the software that is loaded every time you switch on your computer or laptop.

Think of a thin pipe and you are trying to cram as much stuff through that thin pipe as you can. You can’t get too much through at a time and your waiting for it to come out at the other end. If you have a much wider pipe you can fit much more stuff through in the same time or the same amount of stuff in a fraction of the time. That is what the solid state drive does, it allows much much more data or stuff to pass through your computer or laptop and ultimately to your screen.

At Fulwood Computers in Preston we have been buying laptops and immediately removing the existing slow hard drive and replacing it with a very fast Solid State Drive thus making a cheap laptop a very fast laptop!

The same applies to desktop or mini-tower computers. Replace, or because they are bigger and have the space, add an SSD to it, again making remarkable performance gains.

All new computers we build leave with a solid state drive built in. All refurbished computers leave with an SSD inside, that’s how highly we regard them.

We can help you achieve this, copying your data or stuff over if you need it from the old hard disk to the new SSD. Contact us if you want to refresh your slow computer or laptop : [email protected] orĀ  telephone 07764179604

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