SSDs have proven to be more durable than HDDs. Various studies on the life span have estimated SSDs can last for about ten years under normal use.
There are two main types: SATA SSDs and PCIe/NVMe/PCIe-NVMe.
Details about them can be found at our product details.
YES! Because SSDs do not contain moving parts like actuator arms, they are more durable than HDDs, and they are more resistant to accidental drops or shocks than HDDs.
All operating systems support SSD drives, but not all operating systems are optimized to keep SSDs working at the peak performance.
UDIMM is for desktop use and SODIMM is for laptop.