Windows 10 update may be damaging your SSD: Here’s how to stop it

Microsoft fix is coming, but you can stop further damage now

While the latest Dev Channel update for Windows Insiders is bringing disk management features, an earlier Windows 10 update may do permanent damage to your laptop’s SSD.

The May 2020 update to Windows 10 had a number of useful new additions, but it came with issues, too. As initially reported by Bleeping Computer, one of the more serious issues was a bug breaking the Drive Optimize tool and it is finally being addressed in the Windows 10 build currently available to Windows Insiders (via TechRadar).

How was the update damaging your SSD?

The issue is that Windows 10 version 2004 would not properly record when the drive was optimized.

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