Hi, ccleaner warns me that I should not use the wipe free space feature on ssd's since it will be bad for it. But then how do I get rid of free space on my ssd, where my windows is installed?. I heard you can do it manually but that's gonna take ages. I also read from other posts on this forum that ccleaner would do it for you even if you don't specifically select the ssd. Is there a way I can look at the files to ensure they're deleted permanently. A couple things I noticed from other forum posts is this thing called TRIM. What is that exactly and how do I enable it. If there is a known solution to this can you link me to the process, because I haven't found many other convincing solutions to this. Thanks.