Same, and my oldest ones pre-date trim. I am convinced that SSDs are more reliable than manufacturers realize. I have 22 (!) SSDs ranging from 64gb to 4tb.I haven't had an SSD fail (in use) on me yet. All of my hard drive failures have been sudden: drive was fine yesterday, power up today and either horrible grinding noise or silence.
Anyway, as already stated, back up regularly and don't worry about it. If you have really critical, up-to-the-minute data on an SSD, I'd seriously consider mirroring it either in software or hardware.
id rather outlive my PC components if you know what i mean.. lol...I still think ROHS is the main culprit on shortened electronics life.
I don't touch the pcb other than the bracket and maybe a corner of the pcb. I also don't lick my hands clean right after I handle things.id rather outlive my PC components if you know what i mean.. lol...
And i really don't want to wear gloves each time i handle a part in risk of getting lead poisoning.
Good for her but in general OneDrive is not something I would want to depend on.One of my colleagues SSD just stopped working, she was very happy that I had insisted that they used onedrive on their computers.