Format an SSD

Do you know how to format a Solid state drive? If not, then you can take help from this blog in formatting SSD.

Before we begin our topic future do you know what the format of SSD is? If not, then read out the information regarding this listed below,

SSD( Solid state drive) formatting is the process through which you can reformat the SSD Drive by erasing all the information and data. Reformatting is the clean state of the SSD Drive from which all the data stored in the drive is cleaned permanently. After formatting the SSD you can also sell it because it will not store any kind of informational data. After re-formatting SSD became the same as the new one because the storage space is empty in it.

Things to take care of while formatting an SSD

You must take care of these things while formatting an SSD -:

1.      Recover or take back up your important files or informational data. Because once the formatting process starts it will erase all the stored data.

2.      Don't forget to erase personal data from SSD.

3.      Make sure that you tick or enable the options box of "Quick format " not "full format" before formatting the SSD because if the option box of "Quick format" is unchecked then the laptop or computer carries out the full format of the system which may shorten the life of an SSD.

4.      Activate the Trim option to maintain the performance of SSD if the laptop system supports it.

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How to format SSD?

In Windows, follow these steps to format or reformat SSD -:

Step 1 -: Turn on your laptop.

Step 2-: Click on the start icon.

Step 3 -: Go to the control panel and look out for the " system and security" option.

Step 4 -: Click on the " system and security" option.

Step 5-: Select "Administrative Tools" under the " system and security" option.

Step 6 -:  Under administrative tools Select the" computer management "option.

Step 7-: Click on the disk management option under computer management.

Step 8 -: Click right to format the disk.

Step 9-: Select the File System that is usually NTFS  and enter the Allocation Unit Size that is usually 4096 then check the format process to Perform a quick format.

Step 10 -: Click OK to format the Solid State Drive SSD.

This is how you can refresh your SSD with a lot of empty storage space. You can also use this space to install different applications and programs on your laptop. You can also sell the SSD if you are not going to use it after formatting.

CONCLUSION

This blog concludes with the steps through which you can format or reformat an SSD.