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-Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
+Hi Stewart!
+There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
Kind regards
== Update ==
-Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install [https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler|TrimEnabler] or [http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com|Chameleon]
+Hi Stew!
+Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install [https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler|TrimEnabler] or [http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com|Chameleon]
If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' You don't need any 3rd party software anymore.
That should help extended SSD's lifecycle.
Kind regards from Krautland

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Modifica di: Dan ,

Testo:

Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
Kind regards
== Update ==
-Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install [https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler|TrimEnabler] http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com )
-If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
+Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install [https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler|TrimEnabler] or [http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com|Chameleon]
+
+If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' You don't need any 3rd party software anymore.
+
+That should help extended SSD's lifecycle.
Kind regards from Krautland

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Modifica di: Dan ,

Testo:

Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
Kind regards
== Update ==
-Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install TrimEnabler / Chameleon ( https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler/
-
-http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com ) If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
+Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install [https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler|TrimEnabler] http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com )
+If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
Kind regards from Krautland

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Modifica di: Dan ,

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Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
Kind regards
+
== Update ==
-Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: depending on your OS u should install TrimEnabler / Chameleon ( https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler/
-http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com ) If u are running the latest version of Yose‚ª⁄†€, see the command line and type: sudo trim force enable ! That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
+Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: Depending on your OS you should install TrimEnabler / Chameleon ( https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler/
+
+http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com ) If you are running the latest version of Yosemite, use the command line and type: ''sudo trim force enable'' That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
+
Kind regards from Krautland

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Modifica di: Alexander deLarge ,

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Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.
Kind regards
+== Update ==
+
+Hi Stew! Overnight it came to my mind: depending on your OS u should install TrimEnabler / Chameleon ( https://www.cindori.org/software/trimenabler/
+http://chameleon.alessandroboschini.com ) If u are running the latest version of Yose‚ª⁄†€, see the command line and type: sudo trim force enable ! That should help to guarantee an extended SSD lifecycle.
+Kind regards from Krautland

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Post originale di: Alexander deLarge ,

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Hi Stewart! There is no problem putting an SSD in that machine. I usually prefer the Samsung 850 EVO.

Kind regards

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