Reply 20 of 84, by cyclone3d
I haven't used a HDD as a boot device for about 12 years now.
Even all of my retro machines that can possibly run solid state for the boot device are built that way.
One of the first things I changed at my last job was not deploying any machines that had a HDD as a boot device.
Was around the same time that I asked why we weren't on 64-bit Windows yet and my manager at the time said it would be too difficult to change over to 64-bit. I proved that wrong in about 15 minutes. Only real change that had to be done was to install 64-bit print drivers on the print server.
Got my site fully converted and it was very shortly after that that the other 2 sites I helped with were all 64-bit as well.