What is the difference of the location of the disk at the beginning or end, I would like an explanation please.?
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The discussion simply states that putting the partition at the 'beginning' side of the hard drive makes it a little faster than putting the partition at the end because the closer the blocks to the center of the disk, the faster and lesser the read/write cycles would be.