Not on my end. I just check the service, and the superfetch service is running and it is set automatic. I do have 2 other HDD for games as well. All I do is disable superfetch and prefetch through registry and service for superfetch.superfetch disable automatically on ssd by default
it's better to disable themThanks guys. Another question, should I turn off prefetch and superfetch on SSD with OS installed? For some reason, Windows enabled superfetch and prefetch on my SSD that has Windows installed.
I would keep secure boot enabled. it's a security feature:What about Secure boot?
I thought it was specifically for kernel driversTo expand the original question a little, what about Secure boot? How important is it?
The downside of Secure boot is you can't run programs if they have drivers not co-signed by Microsoft. This is particularly common in beta testing of new products. The dev usually doesn't send his drivers to be co-signed -- a process that costs hundreds of dollars and takes a lot of time -- until he finishes them.