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MrWouter
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Life's too short to boot from a HDD.

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  • 10
    I'm too poor to afford an SSD of 1TB.
  • 0
    @mahaDev 1tb wrong cut it for me unfortunately, and I'm to poor to afford a 2tb one :/
  • 3
    @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.
  • 2
    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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