You have hard drives that have recently lost their soul, drives SSD Veterans still alive and kicking? Share the information with us so we can create a smarter, smarter storage pool based on the wisdom of the masses
All of you already know that our forum system is one of the best places in Israel (and maybe not only in Israel?) To get quality and professional purchasing recommendations for hardware, computers and almost anything else connected with the technology world.
However, there is always room for improvement - which is exactly what we are trying to do now, with a new pool of details about the life and reliability of the various volumes available on the market.
Whether it's a classic hard drive or a modern, agile flash drive, these volumes are a heart Core Of our system - should they be compromised and destroyed, we may lose our information, and other components in the chain will become irrelevant. Because of this, it is not difficult to understand why storage reliability is one of the most pressing issues for hardware and computer enthusiasts - and this is also the problem, as these measures tend to live for several years in a way that makes tracking their credibility more challenging.
There are companies like Backblaze Featuring fairly comprehensive statistics for home models hard drives, but the nature of their use is not the same as most of the home or office that most of us implemented - and so we felt the need to try to create our own alternative repository, based on the experience, knowledge and information of site users, which can be used down the road To measure and quantify the reliability of the drivesSSD And HDDs in the market for the benefit of all new buyers.
So without further unnecessary introductions - you are invited to join our forum system and discuss the information in question, follow the simple instructions and contribute information from your computer systems to the benefit of all consumers in the country. Thanks!
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