special Defrag algorithm for SSD (I don't remember his name, but in the above it was
Interested in this and even looked it up. Here's what he writes Auslogics: "We had a lot of users ask us whether they should defragment their SSDs. The answer is “No”.
And further: "However, it's still best to make sure defragmentation is disabled."
(it's about Windows scheduled disk defragmentation)
Defragmentation for SSD is bad - it will only increase its wear and tear and the translator will completely devalue the results on a physical level - to record the specific data in a particular cell will not work.
That SSD needs is a TRIM. If this team suddenly doesn't work, then turn.
fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify
at the command prompt. 0 - enabled, 1 - disabled.
This is important, for example, that the test of SSD before and after the TRIM
For hard drives earlier praised Raxco PerfectDisk, but with time he, in my opinion, grown fat.
Of free must be suitable UltraDefrag, JkDefrag and still have Smart Defrag.