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KillerHulk

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  #1805497 23-Jun-2017 09:20
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Just received my new computer !!!!!

 

booting up now !!!

 

cool





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  #1805505 23-Jun-2017 09:33
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KillerHulk:

 

Just received my new computer !!!!!

 

booting up now !!!

 

cool

 

I am fairly sure the response will be "WOW"

 

Comparing an HDD boot up on 9 year old hardware to a current gen SSD boot is like night and day....


 
 
 
 


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  #1805563 23-Jun-2017 11:17
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The boot has taken too long now ;)


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  #1805570 23-Jun-2017 11:27
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oh the boot up was instant... Really WOW

 

Just restoring all my stuff from time machine is taking time...

 

i remember on my old mac, when i opened any app, it keeps on bouncing at the dock, but now - it just opens up... quick





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  #1806711 26-Jun-2017 02:47
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KillerHulk:

 

oh the boot up was instant... Really WOW

 

 

SSDs are the bomb. And they have really gotten quicker and quicker.

 

 

Just restoring all my stuff from time machine is taking time...

 

 

Yup, but being able to basically move everything you have without having to fiddle with setting things up again is soooo worth it.

 

 

i remember on my old mac, when i opened any app, it keeps on bouncing at the dock, but now - it just opens up... quick

 

 

I know what you mean. Was helping someone with their old (2011) iMac 21" the other day. Had to keep reminding myself it had a regular HD, because I was constantly wondering if there was something wrong with it :D


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