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  1. J

    Windows 10 on SSD and not on HDD

    In my experience, Windows 10 run without problems in a computer with a solid-state drive (SSD). However, if the computer has a hard disk drive (HDD), Windows 10 will run slow and installed programs will load and run slow. I think many people could note that, but I don't find any link or source...