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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…

Using Curve Tool in MS Word


Shapes Drawn by Curve Tools


Most of you may think that MS Word has no free drawing tool like Photoshop or Illustrator. But you're wrong! Word has also a free drawing tool named curve which you can use just like Photoshop Pencil Tool. With curve tool, you can draw shapes freely. 


Applies to:
  • Word 2007
  • Word 2010
  • Word 2013
Curve Option Image


Where do I find Curve Tool?

In fact, Word doesn't consider curve as a tool. Though it's a drawing tool, Word names it as a shape. You will find the curve in the Shapes. 


Curve Tool Location in Word Ribbon



Insert Tab > Illustration Section > Shapes > Curve Button image . 



How to Use it?

It's very handy to use the curve tool. To use the tool, run MS Word. Then choose curve from the shapes. 
  • After choosing the curve tool, click anywhere of your document to start drawing.
  • Move your mouse to the left, right or top from the starting point. 
  • Click left mouse button where you wanna turn around. 
  • If you would like to stop drawing and keep the shape open, simply click twice.
  • If you wanna keep the shape close, simply click on the starting point. 


How to Edit the Shape?

You can also edit the shape made by curve tool. After drawing the shape, if you think that you need to change the shape a little, you can edit the points of that shape. 

While drawing the shape, you clicked mouse several times. Those clicks are shape points. If you would like to edit the shape points, right click on that shape and choose Edit Points  Button image  option. 

Edit Curve Shape Points

Now you will see the points. Click on the points and adjust them by dragging. 



Designing the Shape

After creating the shape, you can design it like other shapes. You can choose different fill color, outline or give it special effect from the Format tab. 



Curve is also Available for - 

  • Excel: Insert > Illustration > Shapes > Curve
  • PowerPoint: Insert > Shapes > Curve
  • Outlook: Insert > Shapes > Curve


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