Speed Up Laptop / PC

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Hello Friends,

Here I show you how to speed up your laptop or computer at home.

Laptop speed can increase by install SSD Drive instead of HDD Drive.

Step 1: Disassemble Battery of Laptop.

First of all Disassemble your laptop battery by pulling out.

Step 2: Open Two Screw.

Then open two screw shown as per picture.

Step 3: Disassemble Upper Case of Laptop.

Then pushing upper case and disassemble this.

Step 4: Open Two Screw of HDD Drive.

Then open two screw of HDD Drive.

Step 5: Disassemble HDD Drive.

Then Disassemble HDD Drive from Laptop.

Step 6: HDD Drive Case

There are four screw on HDD case.Open this four screw and disassemble from case.Then take SSD Drive and install in the case.

Step 7: Insert SSD Drive

Insert SSD Drive in to Laptop and Install OS (Operating System).

Step 8: Test Speed of SSD and HDD.

Here SSD take 13 Second for boot and HDD take 26 second.

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    9 Discussions

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    iTECHKING
    iTECHKING

    Question 1 year ago

    We often say not to power off PC directly because it causes Hard disk failure.
    One thing I don't understand is What happens with the hard disk when we properly shutdown the PC and when we just take out the AC input?
    I think in both cases the power to the HDD goes, then why it is prohibited to do so ?
    Basically what happens during force power off, proper power off and safely remove device ?

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    rafununu
    rafununu

    2 years ago

    The laptop itself isn't 5 times faster, the drive access time is faster, but not 5 times. SSD aren't compatible with XP as well.

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    rcorriga
    rcorriga

    Reply 1 year ago

    SSD's most certainly do work with XP.

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    warhawk8080
    warhawk8080

    2 years ago

    You could also use program to ghost the already installed OS from the old slow HDD over to the super fast solid state drive....biggest and cheapest way to maximize the speed of a computer...max out the RAM...if you can put 16GB in it...put it in it

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    wilf3
    wilf3

    2 years ago

    Clean the laptop please!!!

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    painfull
    painfull

    2 years ago

    I have to agree with rafununu and russ_hensel. Current read / write speeds of SSD's are at least 5 times that of HDD's, but that alone will not make your computer 5 times faster at everything it does. Your video proves exactly this; 13 second boot is only twice as fast as 26 second boot.

    Definitely over-selling your project here. If you want to add some punch to your project landing page, advertise the fact the SSD will also make your computer lighter, less susceptible to data loss if dropped, and in most cases extend the battery life (depending on the condition of the battery). Those are all good selling points when it comes to laptops, because they are the most common gripes about laptops :)

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    oragamiunicorn
    oragamiunicorn

    2 years ago

    Surely step 1 is to make a disc or usb of your operating system, otherwise you have a newly upgraded brick

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    russ_hensel
    russ_hensel

    2 years ago

    SSD drives are great, and perhaps one of the best comparisons is boot up since it is largely IO bound. But often a compute intensive program runs with almost no disk IO. The 5x speed up does not seem to be supported even by your text, I think you are somewhat overselling what is in fact a good thing.