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SSD hard drives and local workstation upgrades and data on server or cloud

Published: Friday, September 4, 2020 written by Andy Flagg
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Keywords: SSD Drives, Workstation Upgrades, Cloud Data, Server Data



If you are upgrading workstations, and they are not drive-less, and your data is in the cloud or server, how big should the SSD drive be?
 
Well, it used to be 120GB yet now 250GB is the sweet spot. 500GB is a waste unless your applications are heavy and taking 100GB or so, while the OS is taking 60-80GB. So give yourself some space and use 250GB SSD drives for your OS, keeping your data in the cloud or server.
 
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