First don’t get me wrong I understand what you’re saying first and foremost.
It’s why I created a future feature to possibly address this with my request for-
But have you been to ssdready website lately?
I do see this and maybe it’s been added since you were there last.
This entire project is for sale (app, sources, website).
Besides it’s only of the paid version (small price per PC) that one is able to run down who writes more bytes.
Paid mode: Who writes more bytes report (available for the each item in the report tree):
The paid version allows seeing more data, and gives immediate feedback. We recommend letting the paid version collect data for one week.
If you’re a paid user of ssdready maybe you could offer a screenshot here on GlassWire by this program?
Then there’s this-
Modern hard drives use a system for self-monitoring, called S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) system. It analyzes the disk and already indicates defects before they cause data loss.
So really what you want to do is disable useless services and disabling unnecessary write accesses. SSD’s use memory cells, which are addressed directly. The problem is you have a limited number of read and write operations with SSD’s.
@Ken_GlassWire I understand your relationship you’ve made to Torrenting but, Windows has many automated Windows features and when GW is used with it’s multiple server monitoring and longer graph history as a few does increases the SSD write cycles too.