If you are still using a hard drive, which a lot of people are, then it is safe to say that you may have defragmented your drive at least once or twice. However, a lot of people have moved over to other drive options like SSDs, but for those who are still on hard drives, defragging is a process that still exists.
Now, there are a lot of things that you might not know about it, but in this article, we are going to keep things simple and straightforward. You can also get in touch with us at AGR Technology for more articles like that.
But right now, we want to be on the point, so let’s not waste time and have a look.
Don’t Do It on an SSD
SSDs are going to be using an entirely different technology as compared to hard drives, and therefore, should not be defragmented. True, you might be thinking that it is going to be good for the overall performance but it is not. On the contrary, to be honest. Defragmenting an SSD can cause wear and tear and will reduce the overall life span of the drive, and therefore, must be avoided.
Don’t Do It Again And Again
I still remember the time someone told me that if they defragment their hard drive again and again, they’ll get a performance boost. While it is true to some extent but for that extent to become a reality, you will need to wait months before you defragment rather than doing it every other week. So, be sure that you are avoiding that because otherwise, you are only going to run into more issues than you would solve them.