OS X Lion SSD Optimization

A solid-state drive (SSD) is a storage device that uses SS memory to store constant data with the purpose to provide access in the same manner that of the I/O HDD. SSD are well-known which contains electromechanical devices that contain rotating disks and variable read/write heads. But some you find degrading the speed of the write activity on SSD.

There are definite OS X Lion SSD’s although, like OWC Mercury Extreme, who does not appear to suffer from the inner disintegration issues common with other SSD. .


It appears resolved with the approaching OS X Lion which is capable to optimize OS X Lion SSD. OS X Lion SSD installation provides 250 new updated features and added advantages like it will provide Multi- touch sign, launch pad, full screen apps, air drops that hold up to copy documents between auto save and Mac wirelessly that mechanically save your files. Additionally it provides TRIM tool support which is the newly added function that can be applied to all type of Solid State Drive.

Available TRIM in OS x lion, is an operating system which has many tweaks and new user interface that help you to maintain the richest speed of your costly installed SSD after installation.

First and the primary step after installation you are needed to perform erase operation of the previously loaded SSD before being rewritten with the new feeded data inside SSD then you should initialize TRIM Enabler. This helps in deleting all stored on the SSD, which makes them unreasonable to use for constant optimization and also cleans up unused data saved in caches on SSDs requires a sophisticated balancing and enables the SSD to grip garbage collection above your head, that would otherwise considerably slow down prospect write operations to the involved blocks, in advance.

Using the eighth version of OS X Lion, prove to be beneficial to optimize OS X Lion SSD and is proved to the best solution that will make your SSD faster and improve re-write function to the SS drives and provide faster accessing from SSD.