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Windows 7: optimize performance for an ssd, please help

08 Jan 2016   #1
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optimize performance for an ssd, please help

Ive been researching about how to optimize an ssd drive for Windows and so far ive established prefetcher and superfetcher Should be disabled, is this right? And what else can you do to be sure your getting as much performance as possible out of the ssd, i ask because i have an ssd installed on my laptop thats sata 3 but 3gbps so im just curious


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