Over the long haul, you will stack increasingly more programming onto your PC. You will likewise make increasingly more information documents of your own. These records will steadily fill even the biggest of hard drives. Contingent upon how large a hard drive you start with and how rapidly you fill it, the hard drive may top off while the remainder of your PC framework is still very agreeable to work the product that you run. For this situation you would truly prefer not to buy an entirely different PC to build the limit of your framework, you simply need another hard drive. With regards to buying your new hard drive you have a few options. You can either purchase another drive to supplant your current drive or you can purchase another drive to use notwithstanding your current drive. Assuming you will keep your current hard drive, there are likewise choices (more costly unquestionably) that permit the new hard drive to be removeable which implies that you can store it independently from your framework for security of its substance and furthermore you can purcase extra removeable drives that can be traded in giving much more prominent ability to your framework. Assuming you are supplanting your current drive, you will need to take a reinforcement of your information before you start and it's a smart thought to do so regardless of whether you will keep your current drive just as adding the enhanced one. Another alternative to consider in the event that you will supplant the current drive is that briefly having the two drives in the framework will make it a lot simpler for you to duplicate your present drive substance across to the new drive. Regardless of whether you need to briefly separate one of your different drives (eg. compact disc rom) while you do this you can generally change things back once you have the drive duplicated. There are a lot of programming programs out there that can deal with duplicating your hard drive for you. Most hard drives join to your PC's IDE transport which permits up to four drives to be appended. In the event that each of the four accessible areas are now being used with hard drives, compact disc rom drives, dvd drives, compressed drives and so on then you will either have to supplant a current drive with the new hard drive or introduce a SCSI hard drive. There are a couple motherboards that have a SCSI interface worked in yet most require the utilization of a different interface card. Assuming you don't as of now have a SCSI transport, purcasing another SCSI hard drive will imply that you additionally need to buy a SCSI card. SCSI can deal with up to seven (or sometimes 15) drives on the one card so once you have a SCSI interface adding extra drives (or any of an assortment of other SCSI gadgets) turns into a basic matter of setting each to an alternate SCSI id and ensuring the eliminators are in the ideal spot.