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Abelssoft SSD Fresh Plus Crack – Increase the lifetime of your SSD. Did you know that your precious SSD drive has a limited lifetime (number of write accesses per memory cell)? Do you want to increase the life of your SSD? SSD Fresh helps you to deactivate all unnecessary write activities of your system. Modern hard drives use a system for self-monitoring, called S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) system. It analyzes the disk and already indicates defects before they can cause data loss. Abelssoft SSD Fresh Plus 2022 V11.1.38940 Crack reads this information and displays it in the window.

Features :

  • View drive information

Get information about your drive and the manufacturer. SSD Fresh displays general information suitable for the hard drives that are installed in the computer. You can see for example the storage capacity and how much space is already occupied.

  • View S.M.A.R.T. data

Modern hard drives use a system for self-monitoring, called S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) system. It analyzes the disk and already indicates defects before they can cause data loss. SSD Fresh reads this information and displays it in the window.

  • Disabling the Windows defragmentation

Since SSDs have the same access time for all memory cells, there is no need to store them coherently. In addition this, the defragmentation process generates write hits, which reduce the lifetime of the SSD. Therefore, it is highly recommended to deactivate the defragmentation process.

  • Timestamp deactivation

Windows stores the access time for each file access. This produces unnecessary write hits and thus will reduce the lifetime of your SSD. Disabling of this feature is highly recommended.

  • Prefetch off

Prefetch supports preloading of frequently used applications into RAM. Because of the fast access times off SSDs, this function is useless and can be disabled.

  • Disabling the defragmentation of boot files

Because of the way that files are stored in SSDs, a defragmentation of boot files makes no sense and should be disabled as it reduces the lifetime of your SSD.

  • Deactivation of the Windows event logging

Windows permanently records system configuration changes, as well as crashes and other events from various services and programs. This creates unnecessary write accesses and reduces the lifetime of your SSD.

  • Storing short name off

For compatibility with old 16-bit DOS applications, Windows creates short names for folders and files, which results in additional write accesses to your SSD. Current applications do not need those names, which is why they can be disabled.

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Abelssoft SSD Fresh Plus 2022 V11.1.38940 Crack Requirements

  • 2 GHz Processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • HDD space 800MB
  • 670-MB installation space required
  • Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
  • MAC OS X 10.8 or later.

Benefits Of SSD

Switching to a solid-state drive is the best upgrade you can make for your PC. These wondrous devices speed up boot times, improve the responsiveness of your programs and games, and generally makes your computer feel fast. But not all solid-state drives are the same. You can find top-notch SSDs that offer solid performance at an affordable price, or you can spend big to achieve read and write speeds that reach a whole other level.

Many Abelssoft SSD Fresh Plus 2022 V11.1.38940 Cracks come in a 2.5-inch form factor and connect to your PC via the same SATA port used by a traditional hard drive. But out on the bleeding-edge of NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives, you’ll find tiny “gumstick” SSDs that fit in an M.2 connection on a modern motherboard, SSDs that sit on a PCIe adapter and slot into your motherboard like a graphics card or sound card, futuristic 3D Xpoint drives, and more. Picking the perfect SSD isn’t as simple as it used to be.


That’s the purpose of this guide. We’ve tested numerous drives to find the best SSDs for any use case, and offer our top picks below. In addition to that we give you useful information on what to look for in an SSD so you can be a more knowledgable shopper. Quick note: This roundup only covers internal solid-state drives. Check out PCWorld’s guide to the best external drives if you’re looking for a portable storage solution.

Editor’s note: This article was most recently to add the Sabrent Rocket 4 to the reviews section and PCIe 4.0 SSD section.

Latest SSD news

  • Check out our guide to which SSD you should buy, breaking down everything you need to know about which sort of solid-state drive works best in each system.
  • Samsung teased blazing-fast PCIe 5.0 SSDs in July, and Intel’s stunning 12th-gen Core processors now support the cutting-edge interface. It’s an enterprise drive, but make no mistake: PCIe 5.0 is coming.

Best SSD for most people

  • SK Hynix Gold S31 SATA SSD

MSRP: $118.99
Best Prices Today: $97.99 at Amazon

Samsung’s mainstream EVO series of SSDs has sat atop our recommended list ever since 2014, and the new Samsung 870 EVO is still a great option for people who want a rock-solid blend of speed, price, compatibility, and the reliability of Samsung’s 5-year warranty and superb Magician management software. But most people would be better off buying the SK Hynix Gold S31, especially if your PC lacks an M.2 drive necessary to run faster NVMe drives. (If your PC has an M.2 slot, we’d generally recommend opting for an NVMe drive instead of a SATA drive.)

Not only is the Gold S31 among the fastest SATA SSDs we’ve ever tested, landing within spitting distance of the best-in-class 870 EVO, but the price for this drive is spectacular. At $44 for a 250GB drive, $54 for a 500GB drive, or $95 for 1TB, the Gold S31 costs much less than Samsung’s line, which charges $95 for a 500GB model. You can also often find SK Hynix’s drives on sale for 10 to 20 percent off. “When all was said and done in those real-world 48GB copies, the Gold S31 proved the fastest drive we’ve ever tested for sustained read and write operations,” our review proclaimed at the time. Enough said.

Well, maybe not. Let’s talk a bit about the brand itself, since SK Hynix isn’t exactly a household name. Despite that, it’s one of the largest semiconductor manufacturers on the planet. The company has been developing NAND and controller technology since the get-go, and while it’s been the SSD manufacturer for numerous large computer vendors, it generally hasn’t taken a place for itself on the shelves. Now it has, and the results are sterling.


If you need a larger capacity, though, or simply want to stick with a tried-and-true brand, still look to the Samsung 870 EVO, which is available in 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB models. They’re just a tiny hair faster than the SK Hynix drives in raw performance but cost a fair amount more. That speaks more to how wildly good of a deal the Gold S31 is though, as the Samsung 870 EVO offers a very compelling and affordable package compared to most SSDs. The Samsung 870 QVO is another strong contender, with capacities ranging from 1TB all the way to a whopping 8TB, but we’ll discuss that in the next section.

Best budget SSD

  • SK Hynix Gold S31 SATA SSD

The best budget SSD is also the best SSD for most people, as the SK Hynix Gold S31 discussed previously delivers fantastic performance at extremely affordable prices. If you aren’t interested in that drive for whatever reason, though, you have more options.

Now that traditional multi-level cell (MLC) and triple-level cell (TLC) solid-state drives are plummeting in price, manufacturers have rolled out new-look quad-level cell (QLC) drives that push SSD prices even lower. The new technology lets drive makers stuff SSDs with hard drive-like levels of capacity while simultaneously coming close to the juicy SSD speeds we all love so much—most of the time. The first round of QLC drives, including the still-superb Samsung 860 QVO, saw its write speeds plunge to hard drive-like levels when you transfer dozens of gigabytes of data in one go.

  • Samsung SSD 870 QVO (2TB)


The Samsung 870 QVO—Samsung’s second-generation QLC offering—doesn’t suffer from the same fate. If you don’t plan on moving around massive amounts of data at once and need more space, this a great option if you need capacities larger than what SK Hynix offers. Samsung’s drive is available at $113 for 1TB, $190 for 2TB, $353 for 4TB, or $700 for 8TB (oof) on Amazon. The older Samsung 860 QVO remains a good option too, but the newer 870 QVO bests it in every way.

If you want to add a bunch of storage to your computer at even lower price, also consider Crucial’s BX500, a fantastic SSD available in several flavors: The 2TB capacity we tested (currently $195 on Amazon), 1TB ($100 on Amazon), 480GB ($55 on Amazon), and 240GB ($35 on Amazon). “The BX500 is subjectively as fast as anything out there until it runs out of cache,” we said in our review. “That’s likely to be a rare occurrence for the average user. Power users should skip it, but for everyone else it’s a good deal.”

But what if you’ve got a newer motherboard that supports the faster, newfangled NVMe M.2 drives? Keep reading!

Best PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD


  • SK Hynix Gold P31 M.2 NVMe SSD (1TB)


If performance is paramount, the Samsung 970 Pro or Seagate FireCuda 510 are the fastest PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSDs you can buy—we’ll discuss even-faster PCIe 4.0 NVMe drives in the next section—but most people should buy the SK Hynix Gold P31. Yes, SK Hynix is on a roll, dominating our budget, PCIe 3.0 NVMe, and best overall SSD categories.

The Gold P31 is the first NVMe SSD to feature 128-bit TLC NAND, and it pushes SK Hynix’s drive beyond other options, which use 96 NAND layers. The model we tested absolutely aced our CrystalDiskMark 6 and AS SSD synthetic benchmarks, nearly hitting the blistering 3.5GBps read and write speeds claimed in the press release. It also held its own against SSDs that cost much more in our real-world 48GB and 450GB file transfer tests. “The SK Hynix Gold P31 performs like a top-tier drive, but it’s priced just slightly higher than bargain drives,” we stated, and well, that says it all. You can get a 500GB model for $75, a 1TB model for $135, or a 2TB version for $280 on Amazon.

The Crucial P5 is another great, affordable NVMe SSD that performs on par with much costlier options, and would likely be our top pick if the SK Hynix Gold P31 didn’t exist. The Gold P31 is both slightly faster and slightly cheaper, however, so go for that first. Crucial’s drive is a killer alternative though. Its PCIe 4.0-capable cousin, the Crucial P5 Plus, delivers slightly faster speeds for a much higher sticker price, however. It’s still a capable SSD, but doesn’t earn our full recommendation like the non-Plus P5.

  • Silicon Power XD80 PCIe 3 NVMe SSD


You can find compelling options for slightly less money if you’re on a budget, though. The Addlink S70 NVMe SSD is another stellar fast-performing option, earning our Editors’ Choice award. Addlink isn’t as well-known as some bigger brands, but it offers a 5-year warranty on its drive. The same holds true for Silicon Power’s XD80 SSD, which offers tremendous performance for a PCIe 3.0 drive and also earned our Editors’ Choice award. It’s hard to find in capacities other than 1TB, however, thought that size is priced excellently at the same $110 as Addlink’s offering.

If you don’t mind spending up for faster, Samsung 970 Pro-level performance, the Kingston KC2500 also runs with the big dogs, but at a more affordable price. “While it didn’t reach the top step of the podium in any one test, the KC2500 was always within easy hailing distance of the leader,” we said in our review. “It’s available at about the same price as the competition and should be at the top of your short list when you’re shopping for a high-performance NVMe SSD.”

And now, you can finally get blistering Abelssoft SSD Fresh Plus 2022 V11.1.38940 Crack speeds without sacrificing capacity thanks to a new breed of supersized SSDs, though you’ll pay up for the privilege. The OWC Aura 12 delivers average NVMe performance (read: faster than most) paired with a big 4TB of performance for $800. The superb Sabrent Rocket Q amps everything up with top-notch performance and a crazy 8TB capacity, but it’ll set you back a cool $1,300. The bleeding-edge isn’t cheap

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