Windows 10: WIN10 TRIM for SSDs

Discus and support WIN10 TRIM for SSDs in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; When I enter the command "fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify" in Commabnd Prompt (Admin), I get a result "DiableDeleteNotify = 0 (Disabled)"... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by HBHansen, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. HBHansen Win User

    WIN10 TRIM for SSDs

    When I enter the command "fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify" in Commabnd Prompt (Admin), I get a result "DiableDeleteNotify = 0 (Disabled)"

    The information I found at states that if I get a result of "0" then it means TRIM is enabled.

    Which is correct? Does "0" mean enabled or disabled?

    HBHansen, Mar 14, 2019

  2. Windows does not Trim SSD on schedule

    Optimization for HDD is only defragmentation, optimization for SSD may be TRIMming or defragmentation if SSD is too fragmented.

    One may say TRIM is OS dependent because there must be someone to send SSD information about file deleting. So, e.g. Windows XP does not support TRIM and one have to install additional programs for TRIM functionality.

    Garbage collection is SSD internal mechanism, it works much better if SSD gets TRIM information.

    To determine does TRIM works or no there are some third party programs. But please note, even if SSD have got TRIM information this does nor mean it will use it immediately. It may delay it for sometime even for day or more if it have a lot to do due to garbage
    Igor Leyko, Mar 14, 2019
  3. SSD cannot be trimmed after Windows Anniversary Update.

    After Windows Anniversary Update I cannot Trim my 2 SSD's

    Can anybody help or suggest what to do?

    Thank you.
    jaburmester, Mar 14, 2019
  4. WIN10 TRIM for SSDs

    Windows does not Trim SSD on schedule

    As I understand, optimization is either defrag (HD) or trim (SSD), depending on the disk type. And if I understand Trim, it does not operate independently of the O/S; garbage collection is done sporadically without assist of the O/S, but Trim must be operated
    through the O/S. And, again, if I understand, Trim and garbage collection are not the same thing. If Trim was not able to be scheduled or if Trim did not need to be scheduled, then Microsoft would not have included it in their Optimization Center for SSDs.
    But Microsoft did include it, and appears to not be running it for SSDs even when included in a schedule.

    I was asking why this was so, and if there was a solution to it.

    As Microsoft appears to have no solution, I will look for a third-party Trim that can be scheduled outside of the Optimization Center.

    Thx. ITG
    ITgreybeard, Mar 14, 2019


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