/target stealthy treasure hoarder
Daily Total: 41 gildas
(port to austera, take the below 2 quests)
Blue Salt Brotherhood (2)
A Rare Perfume (1)
(submit ground gain)
Signs of Salphira Cult (1)
(port to PC dungeon, do signs of salphira cult)
Ezi Light - Seabug (1)
East Community Center (15)
Perinoor Ruins (1) - SLOW
Rookborne (2) - SLOW
(take free portal to halcy)
West Community Center (15)
Sail clipper and kill seabugs - SLOW
(hand in quest at Ezi Light)
World Bosses (19)
Kian Lee Teo
The Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI) is a paramount feature for ensuring that Windows will support all of the features that come with running an SSD on your computer, especially the TRIM feature, which allows Windows to help the SSD perform its routine garbage collection. The term “garbage collection” is used to describe the phenomenon that occurs when a drive gets rid of information that is no longer considered to be in use.
To enable AHCI, you’ll have to enter the BIOS of your computer and enable it somewhere within its settings.
TRIM is vital to extending the lifespan of your SSD, namely by keeping it clean under the hood. Windows 10 should enable this by default, but it’s worth double-checking that it has been enabled.
To make sure TRIM is enabled, open your command prompt and enter the following:
fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 0
A good part of your SSD speed is consumed in indexing files for Windows search. This could be useful if you store everything you have on your SSD, but you might be annoyed by it if you experience slow-downs due to the periodic indexing process that occurs every time you add new data to the drive.
Kian Lee Teo
To disable the crash recovery feature, set browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash to false:
* Type about:config in the Location Bar * Press Enter * Find browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash * Double click to set it to false
To completely disable all session saving behavior, including the recording of session information, set browser.sessionstore.enabled to false:
* Type about:config in the Location Bar * Press Enter * Find browser.sessionstore.enabled * Double click to set it to false