why are solid state hard drives faster than conventional hard drives?
Posted on 2014-04-06
Hello and Good Afternoon Everyone,
From a previously closed post, I was told that solid state hard drives would speed up the loading of the Windows operating system in addition to speeding up the opening and closing of programs. From what I was gathering, solid state drives are much faster than conventional hard drives such as IDE and SATA which brings me to a point of technical curiousity. Why are solid state hard drives faster than IDE and SATA hard drives?
Any feedback given to this question will be greatly appreciated.