ARTICLE CONCLUSION AND FINAL THOUGHTS
If you sincerely read through the entire paper, I congratulate you and you are much too dedicated to the art of ‘tweaking’, as I. At the beginning of the article, one of the first thoughts passed on was simply that there was no necessity to ‘tweak’ or optimize whatsoever and that still stands true. The simple fact is though that there are so many of us that like to push the limit and this trails to new SSD enthusiasts who simply want their SSDs running as best they can.
I will be the first to admit that optimizations where we suggest to disable System Restore and Pagefile have weathered the storm of controversy and there were times when we stood alone in our views of such, especially with respect to disabling pagefile. To this day, there will be those that strongly disagree with a few, many or even the entire premise of optimizations all together and they are not wrong. Our intent with this report, however, is twofold in that we wanted to provide a bit of an education along with the tools to take your system to the next level.
The key is to simply enjoy the entire process of watching things improve and, coupled with our other published articles listed below and the Windows 7 Optimization Guide which has a few additional optimizations, you are heading in the right direction to having yourself a very fast and fine tuned computer system.
- BENEFITS OF A SOLID STATE DRIVE
- SSD COMPONENTS AND MAKE UP
- SSD TYPES AND FORM FACTORS
- SSD ADVERTISED PERFORMANCE
- GC AND TRIM IN SSDS EXPLAINED