Tip/Trick: Hard Drive Speed and Visual Studio Performance
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Published: 01 Nov 2007
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In this article, Scott examines how the hard drive speed affects the performance of Visual Studio in both laptops and desktops.
by Scott Guthrie
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People often ask me at conferences for PC hardware recommendations.  Specifically - "what type of machine do you recommend I get for doing development with Visual Studio?" and/or "your laptop seems really fast, what type is it?"

Some of my recommendations on this topic are fairly standard and obvious: Ideally you want to get a duel core or better CPU.  I also always recommend getting at least 2GB or more of RAM. 

The recommendation I make that often seems to take people a little by surprise is to make sure you always get the fastest possible hard-drive when buying a new machine - and where necessary trade off purchasing additional CPU processor speed in favor of investing in a faster disk instead.


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