Did you buy a netbook with an SSD drive expecting blazing fast hard drive speeds, but end up with a relatively slow SSD? If so then you should check out FlashFire, an SSD Accelerator that uses your netbookâ€™s RAM to increase the speed of low end SSDs.
Essentially, FlashFire performs some Windows tweaks to increase the write performance of your SSD and in turn provide a much more usable system, without paying for a new drive. It appears to be buffering the data so that writing and reading do not occur at the same time, a task that SSDs have issues with.
Many users have reported faster 4k write speeds after installing FlashFire on their system and overall snappier performance.
FlashFire is a free program that works on Windows XP 32-bit and Windows Vista or Windows 7 32-bit.In the event that you have issues, or donâ€™t see the same improvements as others have reported you can uninstall FlashFire using the Control Panel.
While you wonâ€™t see the same speed increases as putting a high end SSD into your system, FlashFire is a great way to get some extra speed out of the low end SSD drives that are shipped with most netbooks.
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