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Life's too short to boot from a HDD.

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  • 7
    I'm too poor to afford an SSD of 1TB.
  • 3
    Life's too short to be slaving away for ungrateful, abusive employers who will fire you for taking the rest of the afternoon off work so you can take your wife to the hospital and watch the birth of your children.
  • 0
    @mahaDev 1tb wrong cut it for me unfortunately, and I'm to poor to afford a 2tb one :/
  • 1
    @mahaDev Buy a 256GB SSD, and a big HDD. It's awesome!
  • 0
    @MrWouter my laptop doesn't have a slot, my friend!
  • 0
    @mahaDev Wait, what? Most laptops have a 2,5inch HDD slot so you can upgrade it later. May I ask what kind of laptop you have?
  • 0
    Life is too long to not save your stuff in an ssd.
  • 1
    oooh man, i just got my first ssd recently and it's life changing. not very impressive but I feel really productive. fast boot, fast load of IDE, fast compile, and fast everything IO!

    @mahaDev my SSD is only 128GB but I only store OS and some small files there. Have another HDD as a storage for large files like movies or games
  • 0
    @mahaDev you can get a hdd caddy like i did, it replace your dvd reader (i dont think you need it) with a second disque, i upgraded from 500gb hdd to 128 ssd + 500 hdd, it takes a minute now to boot windows and open chrome :v
  • 1
    @MrWouter my laptop has a single 2.5' HDD bay which is occupied.

    @Madm0x actually thought of doing it. But I want a better laptop anyway, so chucked the plan.
  • 1
    "an HDD"*
  • 0
    @Noob "an HDD" "a single HDD". I don't think there's "an single HDD"
  • 1
    @mahaDev Take the HDD out of that drive and throw a SSD in it?
  • 0
    @MrWouter again, too poor to afford a 1TB SSD.
  • 0
    @mahaDev it's the correct way to pronounce it. Instead of me trying to prove it, just search for it on the net :)
  • 0
    @mahaDev to be clear, it's because you pronounce it as "an eichdeedee". Starting with a vowel.
  • 1
    @Noob I know it's pronounced "an eichdeedee". What I'm saying is that I don't think the article to be used with the "single" adjective is "an".

    "A single HDD" as opposed to "an single HDD"
  • 0
    @mahaDev well, obviously you are correct.
    It's just that we are talking about two different use cases for some reason.
  • 0
    @Noob lol, yeah.
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