As we said above, selecting the right storage is based on the user’s requirements and budget. SSD can be best suited for those who cannot compromise with the performance, no matter how much they have to pay. Besides, HDD is the choice of those people who have basic tasks-processing requirements and want to get their system ready in the least possible budget.
However, the best possible way for balanced performance in a budget is to use both SSD and HDD. A computer system in today’s technological era can work with both the storage simultaneously. Therefore, a low-capacity SSD having OS installed in it will work better with a traditional HDD. SSD can only be used for the software, whereas the user’s data (like images, audio, video, documents, etc.) can be stored in an HDD. This will help system software and activities run faster and provide optimum performance.