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  1.    25 Jun 2017 #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by fdegrove View Post
    What benchmarking software would that be ?
    Can't find these reviews right now, but the first answer here actually explains RAPID very nicely. We usually don't re-read data we just wrote, which is what benchmarking usually does, that explains the results in most benchmarks. That has less to do with real usage though.
    ssd - Is it beneficial to enable Rapid Mode on a Samsung solid state drive? - Super User
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  2.    25 Jun 2017 #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by IgorEisberg View Post
    Samsung wouldn't say that, but look for benchmarks, the RAPID mode dropped performance quite significantly.
    I personally don't see any difference so I keep it off.
    It may slow your machine down, if you have Rapid Mode Disabled you might as well remove Samsung Magician.
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  3.    25 Jun 2017 #63
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    Hi,
    @IgorEisberg: the benchmarks as per your link actually show the exact opposite of what you posted in posting # 59.
    Which is of course logical since Rapid Mode is caching the test files in RAM.
    In real use you'd rarely notice a difference.

    Cheers,
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  4.    08 Jul 2017 #64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Here's a screenshot from tutorial I linked to:

    Attachment 141075

    Do you see there any mention of PowerShell?

    An elevated PowerShell is not the same as an elevated Command Prompt. When following advice given, it is recommended to do exatcly as told in instructions.

    Kari
    With my tail between my legs I will follow the advice exactly as given. I have my system set up to use Powershell automatically when entering Commands and thought it did the same thing...boy was I wrong!

    Hopefully this will get me out of Build 16199 for good!

    Thanks for your patience...

    Danny R
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  5.    10 Jul 2017 #65
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    windows 10 Insider Preview 16179

    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    Here's a screenshot from tutorial I linked to:

    Attachment 141075

    Do you see there any mention of PowerShell?

    An elevated PowerShell is not the same as an elevated Command Prompt. When following advice given, it is recommended to do exatcly as told in instructions.

    Kari
    Kari,

    I did follow your instructions and was able to run Extended Disk Cleanup deleting everything except Previous Versions of Windows so that I would be able to return to the latest build in case the update 16199 to 16215 failed again which it did over and over again in a loop same as before the extended disk cleanup.

    after the cleanup I restarted and Windows Update was ready to install update 16215 so I clicked Restart Now and it failed...it didn't find update 16226. Is this because I didn't delete Previous Versions of Windows?
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