TRIM-to-SSD-performance

Installing SSD hard drives is the easiest way to increase the performance of any system. The reasons behind this is the old hard drives of which the IO speed is a major bottleneck in increasing the computer performance today. But having a SSD disk clearly improves the IO seed in a large scale, but that’s not just enough if you haven’t enabled TRIM support from your operating system. Trimming enables the SSD to handle garbage collection overhead, which would otherwise significantly slow down future write operations to the involved blocks, in advance.

If you use older operating systems like XP, you’re out of luck as those OSes don’t support TRIM. If you’re on Windows 7 or later operating systems, you can enable it/check if it already enabled by issuing the commands given below on CMD with administrator privileges.

After you have opened CMD with administrative privileges, type in:

fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify

If the output is “0”, that means TRIM is already enabled, but in case the output is “1”, that means, TRIM is not enabled, in that case enter the following command:

fsutil behavior set DisableDeleteNotify 0

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