Originally Posted by Plex
Heh, it might "sound" like it, but I assure you, there isn't. Without Superfetch on, you're not caching anything at all. With it on, you're caching data based on programs you use the most, and it makes them faster. No risk.
. I wouldn't lead you astray.
I know. I'm not doubting you, nor am I doubting either of those 2 articles (even though one was written 1 year ago, and the other was written 2 years ago). However, every single SSD tweaking article I have ever read explains how there's virtually no performance difference with it enabled or disabled. Plus, it performs a ton of writes every single day. Therefore, they recommend disabling it since it's obviously completely unnecessary and obsolete if you have a decent solid state drive.
Although, I'm still going to leave it enabled just because I am always looking for the best possible performance (like I said, I enabled it about 10 minutes ago). Unfortunately, I don't notice a difference yet, so I do have to wait.Edited by TwoCables - 4/4/11 at 2:33pm