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Reference for the what is a hard disk and notify the same

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The what is a hard disk is used to storage the files/ images and other important data’s as well. Also you can set the password to the HDD as well and can secure the same too. Also it is present in many sizes like 250 Gb/ 500 gb HDD and so on and also price increase as per the HDD space increases for the same too. Below shows the list of company for the HDD:
• Seagate
• WD
• Sony
• Dell
• Samsung
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HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive. A hard disk drive or simply a hard drive is actually the mechanism that handles the positioning, reading, and writing of data to the hard disk which in turn provides data storage. A hard disk drive, which is often shortened to hard drive, and hard disk are actually not the same.

But since they are packaged as a single unit, either term can refer to the entire unit or device. That’s why when they said “hard drive”, “hard disk”, or “HDD” they are pointing to the physical data storage. But in terms of definition and functionality, they are two different things.

Hard drives are normally found on desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, and consumer electronics as well as enterprise storage arrays in data centers. The hard drive was originally created in 1953 by IBM engineers who are looking for a method to provide random access to high data capacities on a cheaper level.

The first hard drives developed during that time were the size of refrigerators that can store 3.75 MB of data. These early generations of hard drives started shipping in 1956 and among the early vendors of the hard disk drive technology include Western Digital, Memorex, and Seagate.

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