Origin of hard drive
Examples from the Web for hard drive
In his search for hard-drive recovery, Liam develops one connection, to Eunice, a frumpy thirtysomething.
I kept hitting it, until the keyboard fell off, exposing the motherboard and the hard-drive.
But it used to be impossible to fly or go to the moon or get a hard-drive with more than a few kilobytes of storage.
I aimed square for the hard-drive, hitting it with everything I had.
Just create a Pirate Party account and email an image of your hard-drive to yourself.
British Dictionary definitions for hard drive
hard disk drive
Science definitions for hard drive
Culture definitions for hard drive
The bulk of the memory of a personal computer is magnetically stored on hard disks that constitute the hard drive. Information in the hard drive is durable, in that it remains magnetically stored when the computer is turned off. (See magnetic memory.)