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Is there a way to tell if you have a SSD drive?
Thanks in advance,
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The tech who put in an SSD drive on my wife’s computer said, absolutely, never run either on an SSD drive. It can damage them.
He knows his business really well, so I am taking his word on that.
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Hi, Albert. As far as I know, these maintenance procedures must be done manually, unless you schedule them through the task scheduler. If it were me, I would do the disk cleanup, which would delete any unneeded files before defragging. This would result in a tighter defrag. I have also heard that it is unnecessary, and sometimes detrimental to perform a defrag on a SSD drive.
Good afternoon everyone,
Does windows ten, have a utility built into it that will automatically do both a disk defrag, and a disk cleanup on a weekly schedule, or do you have too do it yourself? If not, which one do you have too do first. In other words, should I do a disk defrag first, and then do a disk cleanup second
Thanks in advance,
Al ? Which one comes first.