In a recent TweakTown Poll you chose solid state drives as the second most exciting type of product that has hit the market. There is no doubt that SSDs have gained a lot of market share with enthusiasts and even mainstream notebook users, and 2010 is going to be a big year for the technology.
As SSDs continue to gain popularity, the questions about how to properly set them up have become more frequent. To make matters worse, there have been so many sources of bad information published on the web. Even worse, a few companies have sold software that "Enables up to 50 times extra performance from your SSD". When tested, the software actually slowed down disk performance.
Today we are going to cut through all of the hype and discuss proven methods that will allow you to get the most out of your high performance desktop or notebook. We have a lot to cover today, so let's get started.
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