Is it possible that solid state drives (or any faster drive) will make common applications faster even if they are cached?

Posted by leladax on Super User See other posts from Super User or by leladax
Published on 2011-01-14T17:55:30Z Indexed on 2011/01/14 18:55 UTC
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I assumed that solid state drives are insignificant after, say, Firefox is fully brought up and no important disk activity after that is going on. However, I wonder if some kind of 'cached from the disk to the CPU' activity is going on that may make solid state drives (or any faster drive) better. Then again, I suspect that may be depended only on the Bus (or some kind of cache memory drives have). Hrm..

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