Matthew Copperwaite mattcopp at gmail.com
Mon Feb 29 15:09:18 UTC 2016

On 29 Feb 2016 14:39, "T Menezes" <tm.onthemove at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have recently upgraded my laptop with an SSD - Crucial MX200 500GB
> For work reasons I have to dual-boot the laptop between Ubuntu Mate &
Windows 7. What is the current view regarding management & defragmenting
the SSD?
> Crucial claims the MX200 is capable of an enormous amount of writes
before folding over so I suppose defraging is not an issue. Is there
actually any benefit of defragmenting the hard drive (in Windows)?
> Thanks
> TM
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I pressed send too early, I found this:


Which has another great point. An SSD has no seek time so there would be no
benefit having the data blocks in other locations.
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