What is DisableDeleteNotify?
DisableDeleteNotify = 1, meaning that TRIM is enabled” is the opposite of dozens of other sites regarding this. Logically, if delete notifying is disabled (1 for the value), then TRIM is disabled. Conversely, if delete notifying isn’t disabled (0 for the value), then TRIM is enabled.
What does NTFS DisableDeleteNotify 0 mean?
NTFS DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Disabled) means that the TRIM support is enabled for SSDs with NTFS. ReFS DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Disabled) means that the TRIM support is enabled for SSDs with ReFS.
What is TRIM operation?
Operation. The TRIM command enables an operating system to notify the SSD of pages which no longer contain valid data. For a file deletion operation, the operating system will mark the file’s sectors as free for new data, then send a TRIM command to the SSD.
Is TRIM safe?
Trim uses encryption for their website and database, and it requires 2 factor authentication for users. Your information is as safe as it would be at any banking institution. After Trim identifies recurring charges, Trim will text (or Facebook Message) you to ask you if you want to cancel them.
What is NTFS DisableDeleteNotify?
NTFS DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Disabled) means that the TRIM support is enabled for SSDs with NTFS.
How often should you TRIM your SSD?
It depends on how much I/O activity is happening, 3-4 days to once a week is probably a good enough for your main OS drive, Windows does a lot of I/O stuff under the hood and Defender is pretty bad with it too, I personally run it on a 3-4 day clock or after a Windows Update.
Should you disable TRIM?
By using trim, you can improve disk performance, but at the same time, it diminishes the chances of data recovery on your device. This is because it continuously erases data blocks whenever you press the “Delete” button. This is the reason that some people want to disable the TRIM command on SSD.