Solid State Drives (SSD) have several issues that come into play when used as the primary storage medium. With typical system use, the out of the box performance of computer systems shipping with solid state storage devices will degrade. Fragmentation, in this case primarily of free space, is a natural side effect that will occur and accumulate over time with all file systems. As free space becomes increasingly fragmented, performance will suffer proportionately. The principle issue is write speed degradation due to free space fragmentation.
Using Windows FSCTLs (file system controls), originally co-written by Diskeeper Corporation and Microsoft, HyperFast delivers 100% safe automatic maintenance of the file system, keeping a low level of free space fragmentation through specific optimization techniques which pre-emptively force the file system to write sequentially rather than randomly. READ MORE!