SSDs use blocks to store data in them and the TRIM command is a critical feature of the operating system that communicates with the SSD about what blocks of data is no longer required and can be safely removed. This helps squeeze the maximum performance from the SSD since unwanted blocks are ignored. Unfortunately, the TRIM feature is not available in newer versions of windows like 8/8.1 and Windows 10.
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