Solid State Drive, commonly known as the SSD, is one of the greatest innovations in modern storage technologies. Previously used conventional storage units used for data storage or archival backup have moving parts, affecting the durability and speed of the device. Overcoming this obstacle of moving parts made the SSD faster, longer-lasting, less heat emitting, and, more resistant to shock. With the data transfer rate of 200 MB/s, these drives add more speed to the users’ lives. This transfer and reading rate can go up to 3500 MB/s, a number unimaginable to its predecessors, making SSDs the fastest drive ever for data storage, backup, reading, and writing.