Microsoft tailoring Windows 7 to SSDs

At the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference 2008, Microsoft plans to detail the enhancements introduced in the next iteration of the Windows client, in order to make it play nice with solid-state drives. “PC systems that have solid-state drives (SSDs) are shipping in increasing volumes. Microsoft is working with the industry as overall experience with SSD technologies […]

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At the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference 2008, Microsoft plans to detail the enhancements introduced in the next iteration of the Windows client, in order to make it play nice with solid-state drives. “PC systems that have solid-state drives (SSDs) are shipping in increasing volumes. Microsoft is working with the industry as overall experience with SSD technologies grows, which results in planned Windows enhancements that take advantage of the latest updates to standardized command sets, such as ATA,” reads the synopsis for the “Windows 7 Enhancements for Solid-State Drives” WinHEC session, which will offer the audience an insight into the “file system optimizations, best-practice information on design, and thoughts on the future of SSDs and their role in Windows.”

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