If I recall correctly.
Don't do that or you will shorten the life of the SSD.
More than the first guy probably did.
A secure format of the SSD needs to flash every single cell on it with zero's. Writing.
Reading an SSD can be done forever. Writing to an SSD needs a shot of voltage, which shortens it's life.
Defragging an SSD does the same thing only worse because it flashes each cell multiple times.
I learned that the hard way.
When you install Windows have it make a fresh partition.
That will flash the file allocation table securely and the old data can't be recovered by normal means.