“One item of interest regarding last week’s Mac OS X 10.6.8 update reveals that Apple has enabled TRIM support retroactively for solid state hard drives shipped in Apple-produced configurations. TRIM is a feature that allows solid state drives (SSDs) to automatically handle garbage collection, cleaning up unused blocks of data and preparing them for rewriting, thereby preventing slowdowns that would otherwise occur over time as garbage data accumulates.”
Mac OS X 10.6.8 Brings TRIM Support for SSDs
Submitted by Jennimc 2011-06-29 macOS 5 Comments
Why when other OS support all drives?