kasfruit Posted August 1, 2020 Share Posted August 1, 2020 what good SSD can we purchase now for XP ?? do we have to purchase 5 years old SSD's that will be hard to find ?? now a 120GB SSD does cost less than a 64GB USB memory stick so it's a good time to get some. I have checked all mainstream SSD manufacturers websites and downloaded their SSD optimizing tool but it doesn't run on XP. they don't even have a link for the legacy versions the Kingston website says that its tool works from W8 and up however I installed it with no issues Kingston is not my first priority nor am I sure their utility with a vintage looking has support for TRIM I know there are some after market tools for SSD but I think they will not be as good as the original one from the SSD manufacturer 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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