Over the past decade. machines have been adapted to storage hardware such as FLASH memory, USB Memory Pens and SSD Hard Drives.

Like older hardwares like SRAM powered PCMCIA Card, HDD drives and floppy disk drives - contain issues where SRAM storage devices had a limited life span on retaining vital data due to button batteries in SRAM PC cards expiring. PCs around the 1970s and 1980s didn't had CD drives - unlike expensive LaserDisk Drives, but tend to use floppy disks had sluggish loading performance and liable of getting the magnetic disk being corrupted. And today with traditional HDD drives mainly had bottleneck issues with having too many programs that inhibit the PC bootup as the HDD mechanism continue to catch on acquiring the excessive data, as time goes on - but only longer.

SSD drives doesn't have bottleneck loading problems, and is more efficient and uses less noise pollution. However with the storage pricing, the SSD data compression technology makes the Hard Drive more expensive and less affordable for PC users.

The future on SSD technology and expanding data storage appears promising as many PCs do not require excessive storage and sluggish loading performance on like a 3TB HDD a with high read/write speed of 7200RPM but limited power to avoid the catch up on excessive applications and startup programs installed.