The benchmarks are clear: Solid-state drives slow down as you fill them up. Fill your solid-state drive to near-capacity and its write performance will decrease dramatically. The reason why lies in the way SSDs and NAND Flash storage work. Filling the drive to capacity is one of the things you should never do with a solid-state drive. A [...]

 

General Description // AOMEI Cloud Storage Manager- Dropinone, can merge mainstream of cloud storage providers into one. With one account to manage all data in different applications, which means to unify and centralize management of cloud storage service marketing.  E.g. data on SkyDrive, GoogleDrive, Dropbox, Box.net etc. Review on Different Cloud storage Products To stare [...]

 

Hard drives use S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) to gauge their own reliability and determine if they’re failing.  You can view your hard drive’s S.M.A.R.T. data and see if it has started to develop problems. Unfortunately, Windows doesn’t have an easy-to-use built-in tool that shows your hard disk’s S.M.A.R.T. data.  We will need a [...]

 

What is a system image

On June 28, 2013, in Partition Manager, by OWIN

In computing, a system image is a copy of the entire state of a computer system stored in some non-volatile form such as a file. A system is said to be capable of using system images if it can be shut down and later restored to exactly the same state. In such cases, system images [...]

 

Don’t Fill Them to Capacity You should leave some free space on your solid-state drive or its write performance will slow down dramatically. This may be surprising, but it’s actually fairly simple to understand. When an SSD has a lot of free space, it has a lot of empty blocks. When you go to write [...]

 
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