Flying Fox wrote:
Shouldn't Windows 7's "SSD awareness" take care of that?
If his drive fails the performance benchmarks (improbable, but not impossible) it will leave SuperFetch on. Either way, meh. SuperFetch can never hurt performance.
As for quirks:
Go into Control Panel > User Accounts and create a new Standard User Account.
Log out and log back in as the newly created user, then start tweaking in my new home.
Create a folder on the root of C: called Games, disable NTFS inheritance, attach the Users security group, and enable them with modify permissions.
Past that is just UI tweaking. Many of those tweaks have been listed in one form or another above me in this thread.
Only other OCD thing about my PC is the size of the non-maximized window. I have a program that resizes them to exact dimensions. Current window I'm typing in is 1152x720.
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