In the past, you only had one option for storing files and applications on a computer: a mechanical, spinning hard drive. But then SSDs came on the scene and started being used in ultrabooks and ultraportables.
Computers don't always come with the components you need. If you're into gaming or if you work with graphics of any kind, chances are you'll need a little (or a lot!) more than what an off-the-shelf computer provides. Many people find that they need additional storage, particularly if they store a lot of RAW images on their computers. Computer upgrades allow you to get what you need, without having to buy a new, completely-custom system.
Although you can use external hard drives to free up space on your desktop, it’s not too difficult to install a new internal hard drive, and internal drives are less likely to get dropped or misplaced. Here’s how to do it yourself. 1. Mounting Options — First, you need to