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How to optimize SSD



If you have a Windows 10 and a SDD (solid-state drive), you can optimize your SDD and you computer will be very fast.

The steps are the following:




1) Deactivate defragmentation

    run (from windows shell) the command: dfrgui

    select you SDD and set to off the defrag.....



2) Deactivate System Restore


    Go from Start to File Explorer and from the left move to This PC
    Right-click an empty space and choose Properties
    From Advanced System Settings, choose the System Security tab

    Click on the Configure button and choose Disable System Protection under Restore Settings.




3) Disable System Indexing

    Go to File Explorer on this PC
    Select the SSD hard disk and right-click Properties

    Now below you will find the option that will allow you, if checked, to disable the indexing     
    process on the SSD disk.



4) Disable Optimization Startup

    Here other steps:

    From start menu edit regedit
    Go in in key: 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\Control\SessionManager\ Memory Management\ PrefetchParameters

  Open the EnablePrefetcher key and set the value to 0;
  Open the EnableSuperfetcher key and set the value to 0.


5) Deactivate hibernation

 



6) Deactivate the paging file

    Go to This PC by File Explorer on the Start menu
    From here, right-click Properties and from the window move to Advanced System Settings
    Now from the Advanced tab choose Settings from the Performance menu
    Go to Advanced on this new window and on Virtual Memory, deselect the Automatically 
    Manage Size File Size for All Units
    Move to the SSD disk and choose no paging file for the latter



7) Check that the TRIM is active


    Run cmd command
    write"fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify" and press enter.

    if the result is 0 then i you have finished then stop,  otherwise run the command:

    sutil behavior set disablenotify 0




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