Boost up your SSD Performance using SSD Tweaking Utility

By | July 4th, 2013

Regretting the buying decision of getting an SSD to brag about it? Not able to get the full out of your solid state storage device ? We will tell you some tricks and utility using which you can elevate the performance outputs of our SSD. No more regretting, your SSD is far more superiors than the mechanical drives, its just a matter of some tweaks and brushes as we have a vey useful utility known as  SSD tweak utility. The operating systems have always the options t tune up the hard drives deep inside the system’s setting and there are numerous configuration points in your OS which can allow you to refresh the hard drive for better performance but users are too lay to search for them , isn’t it ? SSD tweak utility allows you to manage the drive resources at one place. No need to search and dig the ugly settings and check boxes. You can handle a plethora of disk management tasks using this utility
Tools like Windows Indexing Service,System Restore, Windows Defrag, Use Large System Cache, NTFS Memory Usage, Disable 8.3 Filenames, Disable Date Stamping, Disable Boot Tracing, Windows Prefetcher, Windows Vista Superfetch and Windows Services are aggregated at one place.  SSD tweak utility is compatible only with the Windows operating systems like Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 (both 32 and 64-bit).

SSD tweak

The good news is that is is tested and approved almost for every mainstream SSD like Asus, Samsung, second-gen Intel X25-M , etc.  SSD tweaks utility gives you an option to organize your disk space in a customized way in which you can release and allocate different resource. In case you are too much confused about how to do the SSD tweaking, there an option for “auto tweak” through which the utility will legitimize your SSD according to your system in an impeccable way. Never forget to put the hibernation off in this tool as hibernation writes the current systems state to the non-volatile memory source, such as your primary HDD or SSD which helps you restore the systems state after turning on the PC but it drains the SSD from the core. You can also use the sub utility like CCleaner for increasing the space. You must disable the virtual memory page file (pagefile.sys) in crash conditions in order to speed up the SSD.

This desktop application is free of cost and available on numerous web outlets. You can download this from third party servers and test it on your laptop or Desktop