Assume it works, then you have to do this (only the alignment part):
Speed Up Your SSD By Correctly Aligning Your Partitions
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perform a "startup repair" after SSD alignment (if not booting).
Proper SSD Maintenance (from with win7 work and personal)
We've covered proper SSD maintenance before
, so I won't go too deeply into it here. In order to have Windows optimize itself for your new SSD, we'll need to re-run the Windows Experience Index. Hit the Start menu and type in "Windows Experience", and hit the "Check the Windows Experience Index" option. Click "Re-Run the Assessment" and it should turn off Defragmentation and turn on TRIM.
To double check that it all went as expected, head to your Start menu and type "defrag" in the search box. Click on "Disk Defragmenter". Click on "Configure Schedule" and hit "Select Disks". If all went well, Windows will realize it's on an SSD and your SSD won't even be an option in this menu. Now Windows will avoid defragmenting your SSD, which can be bad for it.
Lastly, we'll want to make sure TRIM is turned on, which keeps your drive from slowing down over time. Open up a elevated Command Prompt and type in:
fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify
It will either give you a 0 (it should be 0) or a 1 as a result. If you get a zero, that means TRIM is enabled. If you get a 1, make sure you have a TRIM-compatible SSD—you may have to Google your SSD's model number to find out.