Hybrid Tech To Speed Laptop Boots

Five leading hardware makers have come together to push for a new storage component that incorporates NAND flash memory onto a computer’s hard drive to allow for faster start-up speeds. The hybrid technology is designed to work hand-in-hand with advances in Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Vista, which will become available to consumers later this month. The technology helps to shorten a Vista-based machine’s startup time by booting the system straight from the flash memory chip instead of waiting for the system to turn on and start spinning the platters on the hard drive

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