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Boost Your PC Speed by Using SSD

In short you can explain an SSD (Solid State Drive) as modern HDD (Hard Disk Drive). What's the difference then? Maybe the functions are almost same but there are some big differences between the two. Go through the post to clear the concept . . .

What's an SSD A solid state drive or SSD is a storage device that uses non volatile flash memory along with necessary controller and chipset to store the data. It's somewhat like RAM, but unlike RAM it can store data for a long period of time. 
An SSD drive is considered to be more durable and stable in that sense - There is no moving parts i.e. platters, spindle, R/W head etc. which are available in traditional HDD.  

Advantages of SSD over HDD If you use SSD as your primary boot device instead of HDD then you may get the following advantages -  Faster performanceLower power consumptionBetter vibration resistanceLower heat No noiseIn short we can say, SSD is more durable and stable than traditional HDD. 

After installing SSD, you will…

How to create Password Reset Disk for Windows XP





Anytime you may forget your password. Or someone who knows your password may change it to challenge you! 

That’s why Windows XP has a system to create a reset disk for forgotten password. No matter how many times the password has been changed. This disk will allows you to reset the password until you re install Windows XP on your system.

And if you're using Windows 7 or 8 then Read This

And don’t be confused. This reset disk only work with your computer. It will not work in any other system.

To create a reset disk, all you need is just a USB flash drive and your current password (if any).

Let’s start-

  1. To open Control Panel Press Start + R > Type Control > Press Enter
  2. Double click on User Accounts and Choose Administrator
  3. Now select Prevent a forgotten password from the left panel\
  4. Press Next > Next > Type Current Pass (if any) > Next > Next
  5. Finish




Caution: Anyone can change your password using this disk! So, keep it in your safe. 


Create Password Reset Disk for Windows 7 or 8



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