Thinking otherwise is counter-productive.
I have seen SSDs fail too often to use them for anything but read-only storage.
I have gone back to HDDs simply because they are more reliable and lasts 10 times longer.
An SSD in a desktop computer lasts for max 2 years, and if you power it off while it is working, then it is a sure way to kill the entire drive or at least all the data on it.
SSDs are great toys, but never use them for anything other than read-only data.
Tyhmä ärsyttävää poliittinen korrektius saa sinut tuhlaa aikaa typeriä asioita
- Sinun pitäisi olla onnellinen, että voit lukea sitä ollenkaan!
* Cartoonists ( Denmark goes to Saturn - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahv-LlRsdE4 )
* Private entrepeneurs ( http://copenhagensuborbitals.com/ & http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HueHF9pECI )
And with a population of approx 5 million people, we don't have enough tax money for that sort of thing.