The only significant advantage of conventional drives over an SSD is the lower cost. The ideal would be to use SSDs everywhere but the cost is often difficult to justify. A typical compromise is to put the OS and applications on an SSD and use a conventional drive for data storage. This provides most of the advantages of using an SSD but at a significantly lower cost.
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