Have you seen the movement of the horse that drags along a heavy luggage cart and that of the horse with just a lady riding on it? The horse with the luggage cart moves like a sluggish camel next to the lady’s horse, in most cases, when your computer starts becoming too slow, you most probably have too many files on it.
There’s only one solution to this problem, offload your excess luggage and send it over through a courier service while you ride your horse smoothly and at your pace. Having a handy external hard drive does not only have personal advantages right between your files and the hard drive itself, or just the speed of your work, but contributes to the longevity of your computer as a whole. Think of it this way, when you’ve not jam-packed your internal memory with too many files, because you own an external hard drives, your overall computer operations will be much smoother, faster and ensures a generally greater work output.
You wouldn’t need to format once in a while or even have a technical system flash or return a system to its factory settings in order for it to have a brand new feel, this is where your external hard drive saves you all the stress. It generally gives you a break from visiting your computer engineer and gives your computer a break from excessive files that may introduce unwanted malwares. So the absolute answer to a bolt speed smooth running of your computer is sometimes as simple as an almost empty storage space, this is done by substituting internal storage with an external one.
The modern hard drives come with larger storage capacities that springs up to a whopping 8 TB in that portability, absolutely satisfying the need for speed.