Someone told me to leave a 10GB partition on an SSD drive but I don't remember why if it was for performance or something else.
I have a Crucial 120GB M4 drive. Should I just leave the entire thing one partition for my OS install, or partition off a separate chunk?
I typically keep all my files on a separate drive anyhow, but didn't know if there was any benefit to a second partition on an SSD. Logically it seems it wouldn't since flash drives work different than a spin drive.
no trim is the present and future, trim gets rid of all of the old blocks, allowing them to be reused, it requires a command from win7. actually makes the free space uneeded as it already has overprovisioning for this purpose.