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When I run the optimize option a message pops up asking if i want to "zero-fill" the SSD. Should I do it?

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No. This is for operating systems, or SSDs, that do not have TRIM implemented or enabled. On the assumption that you do, then the answer is still no. The option you want is Optimise, which will run a global TRIM on the SSD. I'd let Windows do it for you.

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4 hours ago, Augeas said:

No. This is for operating systems, or SSDs, that do not have TRIM implemented or enabled. On the assumption that you do, then the answer is still no. The option you want is Optimise, which will run a global TRIM on the SSD. I'd let Windows do it for you.

 

So I should use the Windows "Optimize Drivers" (like in the image I posted), instead of the Optimize option in Defraggler?

Thanks for the reply.

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, hazelnut said:

 

I'm using version 1909. Windows Defragger is just doing a TRIM on the SSD as it should, I think.

But thanks for the warning anyway.

Edited by imthedoomer

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