Speed Up Your Slow Computer with a Solid State Drive (SSD)

by Carolyn Nicander Mohr
Within the past few weeks, many PCs and Macs have been updating to new operating systems: Windows 10 for PCs and OS X El Capitan for Macs. These new operating systems are filled with features to make your computer more functional. But new operating systems can put a strain on older computers. If your computer is more than a couple of years old, it may be feeling sluggish with the new updates.Read the full article

How to Upgrade your MacBook PRO to a SSD (Solid State Hard Drive)

Follow me on twitter : http://twitter.com/sakitechonline Follow me on facebook: http://goo.gl/R95Pq Website: http://www.sakitechonline.com Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive for a MAC OS X MAVERICKS install: http://youtu.be/_MYJuSBaQXE Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive for a MAC OS X install: http://youtu.be/plnSJrUGEyw Macbook Pro SSD Upgrade - Performance and Speed Test: http://youtu.be/kAeZFDEqq2E HOW and WHY to Enable TRIM support for a Solid State Hard Drive: http://youtu.be/MvPGcQ__v68 -------------- DESCRIPTION -------------- This is a full and definitive guide on HOW TO upgrade your MacBook Pro 13- Laptop to a Solid State Hard Drive. In this video, I will be using a Kingston Hyper X 3K SSD. Tools required for this project: Before I proceed, here is the tools you need to accomplish this task: 1 - #00 Philips Screw Driver 2 - TORX T6 screw driver 3 - A Solid State Hard Drive 4 - Your MacBook Pro 5 - A bootable USB Flash Drive to re-install MAC OS OR a DVD install Disc