Re: Auto-defrag question
SSD's don't need to be defragged. A normal platter drive when it goes to find data, the head will spin up and go to the location, and read the data and if it's all over the place ,that's why you defrag it. The way a SSD reads the data is similar, but without a head having to go locate the drive, and regardless of where the data is on the drive, since it's just electrical signals transferring the data to and from the drive where it is has a very little effect on the speed, so defragging isn't necessary.
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