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Give your old laptop a big performance boost with one simple upgrade: replacing its traditional, spinning-platter hard drive (HDD) with a chip-based solid state drive (SSD). SSDs are becoming more affordable, and they are magnitudes faster than a hard drive in reading and writing data.
There’s just one question: Can your laptop even take an SSD? If you’re not sure, we’ll help you figure it out in this video.
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One of founding fathers of hardcore tech reporting, Gordon has been covering PCs and components since 1998.