Green drives are definitely best for storage use, though I wouldn't say server-grade as they're not reliable enough in my opinion. At least, not for high-use servers.
To be honest, I do not see the point of a 1TB SSD. If you have that much data you shouldn't be keeping it internally on your computer. For best performance you should have a medium-capacity SSD (I like the 480GB ones) which then uses an external volume with multiple standard HDDs for storage in some sort of redundant array (what configuration you go with depends on personal need).
I have to say, though. The recommendations on learning more about computers is great advice. I have to say that as a tech-savvy individual it always seems like I have more problems with my computers than others but what I think is more accurate is that I notice all the little problems that I have. However, I know how to fix just about all of them at this point.