Is 80 GB hard drive good?

Is 80 GB hard drive good?

80GB is enough for Windows 7 with a basic office suite and basic graphics suite installed with all the extras (alternative web browsers, plugins, media players, etc.) The number of users is only important in-as-far-as how much stuff you think each user will be putting on the machine.

Which hard disk is best in WD?

Best Western Digital External Hard Drives in 2022

  • Best Overall: WD Elements Desktop.
  • Best Portable: WD 2TB Elements Portable External Hard Drive.
  • Best Storage: WD My Book.
  • Best for Gaming: WD Black 5TB P10 Game Drive.
  • Best Wireless: WD My Passport Wireless Pro.

Does WD make good hard drives?

Many people have been using WD hard drives for years. And they assume WD hard drives have terrific reliability with very low failure rate. However, according to a study from BackBlaze, it shows that Western Digital’s drives were overall the least reliable among HGST, Seagate, Toshiba, and Western Digital.

Is 80 GB a lot?

Better than not having a laptop! 2GB of RAM and 80GB HDD is fine for basic Windows/Linux stuff. In fact, the 80GB is overkill unless you want to save documents or data. You can easily run Windows 7 or Windows 10 in 20GB or 40GB Going beyond that, increasing the RAM to 4GB (cheap!)

Is 80GB enough for Windows 10?

80gb will hold windows 10 but not much more. Many things default to the C drive, and 80gb or even 120gb will fill up quickly. Do yourself a favor and buy a 240gb ssd.

Is Seagate better then WD?

Read/Write Speed Both Seagate’s® and WD’s magnetic platter-based HDDs provide similar read/write speed. However, Seagate’s® Solid State Drives (SSDs) are faster than WD’s SSDs. For instance, Western Digital’s top performance NVMe SSDs deliver a sequential read/write speed of up to 3,430/3000 MBPS.

Can you have 80GB of RAM?

Eighty Gb of RAM is not overly much. It’s about what you can fit on a fairly normal server node, and it’s way less than you can get. The clusters I have access to have a couple of 1Tb and 2Tb nodes, and I’ve seen a cluster that had 5Tb nodes.