Comparing to the traditional hard drive, SSD has its brilliant advantages, such as higher read and write speed than mechanical hard disk, low-power dissipation, portability and wide temperature range of working environment, etc. Thus more and more computer users adopt SSD as system hard drive to improve the performance of computer. However, after SSD installed in Windows XP, you may find the performance of SSD is not as good as expected. What’s the reason? Under the condition of Windows XP, the system partition is not aligned. There is a deviant after SSD partition is set up, because the partition is not started from the head of SSD. If we want to reach the top performance of SSD, system partition align is necessary.
Method for system partition alignment
You may wonder what I could do with system partition align without professional knowledge about SSD. Using complicated command code or repartition drive? Both of them existing potential damage to system file during the operation process. Fortunately, the simple and safe method to system partition align is recommend to you. AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro Edition is the best choice for you. You can use align partition function to solve this problem without data loss in Windows XP. "
Powerful partition manager for system partition align
Partition Assistant Pro Edition provides system partition alignment supporting to maximize the performance of SSD and HDD. As a powerful and reliable partition toolkit, Partition Assistant Pro possesses many other features, such as resize/move partition, merge partition, wipe disk/partition, built-in Dynamic Disk Manager, convert dynamic disk back to basic disk, etc. Please visit here to learn more about Partition Assistant features.
Here is the related tutorial of Align Partition with Partition Assistant.
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