Have a MacBook Pro and wish it could perform faster in terms of data transfer due to the large amounts of media that you tend to shift on that platform? Well, how about throwing in a solid-state drive (SSD) into the equation? Here’s a step-by-step instruction on how to do so, although you will need some rather steady hands, not to mention some technical know how without a fear that having your warranty voided to stop you. Of course, doing so would also mean losing your optical drive, so those who don’t want that to happen can either give it a miss, or purchase an external optical drive instead.
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