There’s an ongoing discussion floating around somewhere on the forum.
Currently SSD’s flog HDD’s back to the stone ages for database access (random access to static data in random locations).
But they generally get flogged as a desktop drive, due to their limitations in modifying files & sustained read/write speeds.
Everyone needs one of these to boot their OS & run static proggies … but a normal HDD forr “userdata”.
M$ & all the *nix nerds should work towards introducing and recognising file flags as user data & program data … (hmm … wasn’t this the losing design from the 1950’s) so that the HDD’s can seperate between the two & allocate the data appropriately.