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September 14, 2012  3:54 PM

Interesting Wrinkles with Intel SSDs Weasel Out of the Woodwork



Posted by: Ed Tittel
SSD, Troubleshooting

Last week I wrote a blog post entitled "One small change to my PC, one...

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September 7, 2012  7:11 PM

One small change to my PC, one giant PITA to implement



Posted by: Ed Tittel
SSD, Troubleshooting

One of the interesting and easily overlooked consequences to using SSDs on PCs at a time when RAM is also incredibly cheap is that you have to take the Windows pagefile into account (and a hibernation file, if you use that feature on your systems) when sizing such drives. Though SSDs are getting...


June 25, 2012  9:21 PM

On Becoming an mSATA Believer



Posted by: Ed Tittel
mSATA, SSD, Windows 8

Last February, in getting ready to work on a Windows 8 book -- now abandoned, alas, in favor of other work -- I purchased a couple of Lenovo notebook PCs. My X220 Tablet has become my go-to touchscreen Windows 8 test PC, and my T520 notebook has proved itself to be a solid and dependable traveling...


June 13, 2012  1:11 PM

Killer SSD Deal Today Only



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Samsung, SSD

Among all of the many speedy SSD drives out there, the Samsung 830 drives are close but not at the top of the pack (see, for example, the Tom's Hardware SSD Hierarchy Chart which puts it behind the OCZ...


April 16, 2012  4:22 PM

Maximizing an SSD Conversion Experience



Posted by: Ed Tittel
SSD, Windows 7

For many Windows 7 (and even some Windows 8 ) users switching over to a solid state disk, or SSD, comes after the OS has already been installed to a conventional drive. The adventure begins -- but doesn't end -- with cloning the old HD to an SSD. That's because although Windows 7 or 8 will happily...


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