Most Apple laptops (and some desktops) now come with a “flash drive,” otherwise known as a solid state drive.
A solid state drive (SSD) is where all of your files are stored on your Mac. You might also call it a hard drive. But unlike the old hard drives that have a spinning disk, a solid state drive has no moving mechanical parts. This means that SSDs are more resistant to shock, run quieter, and transfer data more quickly.
The first time you use a Mac with a SSD, you’ll notice the difference in speed – especially if you’re using a lot of different programs, or switching between programs often.
Looking to upgrade your productivity? Give MacSolutions Plus a call at 716.823.3085. We can tell you more about SSDs, and help you choose the right computer (or upgrade) for your needs. Stop into our store at the Eastern Hills Mall in Williamsville today.