In this video tutorial I show you how to turn off Disk Defragmentation for SSD's - Solid State Drives in a computer running Windows 7.
If you do have an Solid State Drive in your computer, it is important to make sure that it is not "defragged" - SSD's don't need to be defragged like Hard Disc Drives. If they are regularly defragmented like a standard HDD - Hard Disc Drive, then you can dramatically shorten the life of the drive which would be a very bad thing.
There is an alternate method that can be used to keep your SSD in mint condition. You can use a Third Party piece of software like System Mechanic, which has a dedicated optimization tool that will look after your SSD. I highly recommend System Mechanic as one of the best programs you can use to keep your computer clean and running in mint condition for the life of your machine.
Since making this tutorial, newer versions of Windows 7 now ignore any Solid State Drives "SSD" on your system. They are not defragmented by default.