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RobReab 12-07-2021 02:16 PM

X2 from another IT Pro (40+ years)

Quote:

Originally Posted by smiller (Post 6009665)
SSD have come a long way in recent years, plus OS's now automatically detect and modify operations to suit SSD characteristics and increase longevity. A modern SSD will probably outlast the device it is installed in.


RobReab 12-07-2021 02:17 PM

X2 on this one too!!

Quote:

Originally Posted by lo-tek (Post 6009671)
Thank you for bringing this up. I cringe when I hear people running the legacy desktop operating systems. You really are vulnerable no matter how secure you think you are.

Disclaimer: Microsoft employee.


JeffSage 12-07-2021 11:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RobReab (Post 6009714)
X2 on this one too!!

Another ditto. For most people SSD drives are the only way to go, unless you are building a server farm and then cost and IOPs play into it and you know what you are doing. The number of SSD drives I have had die on me and my clients ove the last 40+ years (going by percentage) is minimal, no moving parts.

CWSWine 12-08-2021 07:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JeffSage (Post 6010215)
Another ditto. For most people SSD drives are the only way to go, unless you are building a server farm and then cost and IOPs play into it and you know what you are doing. The number of SSD drives I have had die on me and my clients ove the last 40+ years (going by percentage) is minimal, no moving parts.

I use to tell my customers that "Hard Drives have motors and good motor is one the has quit working yet".

Bedlam 12-08-2021 07:57 AM

I use large arrays of solid state drives without failure. Recently there were chip issues with some manufacturers, but it should be sorted out now. Early generations of SSD had more failures and mechanical disk spinning as fast as 15k rpm were a better choice. Today, mechanical is still better priced but SSD is available in 2TB or larger drives.

Knittler 12-08-2021 03:47 PM

Running windows XP is the equivalent to driving an RV built in 1990


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