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How Does TRIM Work?

How Does TRIM Work?

Έτσι, you have that new, bright and shiny SSD drive for your computer. Your computer is now working better, and faster than it did before.

If you want to keep your SSD humming along swiftly, there are a few house-keeping processes that you should do on a regular basis.

One of those processes is TRIM.

What is TRIM?

To understand TRIM, let’s review how traditional hard drives and SSD’s work.

When you delete a file on standard-type hard drive, your computer will just mark that file as deleted. Although deleted, that file’s data is technically still on the hard drive — that’s why deleted files may still be recoverable. Your computer will, in due course, overwrite those deleted files when it overwrites their sectors with new data. This is why if you recently deleted files, and need to recover them, you do NOT want to continue to save data to that drive.

When you write a file to an SSD, your computer has to first erase any data in the sectors that it will be writing the data to. The SSD can’t just overwrite the sectors in one operation like the traditional hard drive may. The SSD drive must first clear the sectors, then write to those empty sectors.

This means that an SSD will, over time slow down. Writing to the SSD’s sectors will be quick the first time. After you have deleted some files and then try to write to the SSD again, it will take longer.

With TRIM enabled, your computer’s operating system will tell the SSD each time it deletes a file. Στη συνέχεια,, the drive can erase the sectors containing the file’s contents, so writing to the sectors will be quicker in the future.

What are the benefits of using TRIM?

Basically, if you do not use TRIM, your SSD’s performance will slow over time.

Using TRIM command reduces the amount of data an SSD needs to move during the process described above and reduces the amount of erase cycles, thereby the life of the drive. By not copying any unnecessary, invalid data, the write performance of your SSD drive increases.

Isn’t TRIM the same as Defrag?

Όχι. TRIM is a process unique to SSD drives. Defrag is rearrangement of fragments of data on a hard drive that make up a file into closer proximity to speed access. SSD drives do not have moving read/write heads like a traditional hard drive, and thus they do not need traditional defragmentation. TRIM command on SSD drives helps to optimize the storage capacity of an SSD drive by telling the OS (operating system) to ignore any invalid or non-viable data. Because of this, your SSD drive writes faster, and will last longer.


Want To Maximize Your SSD’s Performance?

Of course you do! We developed Solid State Doctor™ – Solid State Drive Utility Suite for just this purpose.

Solid State Doctor™ – Solid State Drive Utility is an essential tool to provide performance enhancement, βελτιστοποίηση, ικανότητα κλωνοποίησης δίσκου, την ασφάλεια των δεδομένων και τη διαχείριση του firmware για Solid State Drives (Του SSD). Πιο σημαντικό, η σουίτα χρησιμότητα SSD είναι μια προληπτική εργαλείο υποστήριξης, δίνοντάς σας τη δυνατότητα να προβαίνουν σε ενημερωμένες αποφάσεις σχετικά με τα δεδομένα σας - είτε για να δημιουργήσετε αντίγραφα ασφαλείας, διαγράφει με ασφάλεια ή τη βελτιστοποίηση της κίνησης χρησιμοποιώντας την εντολή TRIM *. Αυτή η σουίτα έχει σχεδιαστεί για να επιτρέπει τη μέγιστη απόδοση και τη διάρκεια ζωής των Solid State Drive στον σας λειτουργικά συστήματα Microsoft ®. The Solid State Doctor™ – Solid State Drive Utility gives you access to some of the unique features built into today’s Solid State Drives.

To learn more about Solid State Doctor™, visit the Solid State Doctor™ product page. A free evaluation copy of Solid State Doctor™ is available. The evaluation copy of Solid State Doctor™ will allow you to test-drive the software. The full list of features of Solid State Doctor™ will not be enabled in the evaluation version, but will be enabled in the activated, licensed version. Παρακαλώ σημειώστε, Solid State Doctor™ is presently available for the Windows operating system only.


Data Recovery for SSD Drives

If you should have lost data on your SSD, we have also developed products to help you get that data back.

SanDisk RescuePRO® Deluxe for SSD Drives is a data recovery solution designed for use with external Solid State Drives (Του SSD). SanDisk® RescuePRO® Deluxe for SSD’s είναι NOT designed to recover from system drives, and works with external SSD drives only.

Featuring innovative recovery algorithms, RescuePRO® for SSD displays previews of the recoverable data.
It also features a world-wide first recovery algorithm for MPEG audio and MPEG video recovery (MPEG-1/2/3/4).

Whether your files were deleted, the media was corrupted or formatted, SanDisk RescuePRO® Deluxe for SSD Drives can help. The wizard driven interface makes it easy to recover your files with just three mouse clicks. As with all of our software, a free evaluation copy is available for your to test-drive the software first. Please visit the SanDisk RescuePRO® Deluxe for SSD Drives page to read more about this product, and to get your evaluation copy.


FILERECOVERY ® file recovery software recovers files whether they have been deleted from the command line, μέσα από μια εφαρμογή, το σύστημα αρχείων, ή να αφαιρεθούν από τον κάδο ανακύκλωσης. FILERECOVERY ® file recovery software recovers formatted or lost drives, δίσκοι με σοβαρή βλάβη λογική του συστήματος αρχείων, και μπορεί να ανακατασκευάσει ακόμη και έχασε επιδρομές! FILERECOVERY ® can be used on internal SSD drives. As with all of our software, a free evaluation copy is available for your to test-drive the software first. Please visit the FILERECOVERY® page to read more about this product, and to get your evaluation copy.


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