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pianoman88

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Aug 20, 2010
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I wonder how looking before people file a lawsuit re: the new file structure. Everything I've read indicates slower SSD performance. We should be able to opt out.
 

chrfr

macrumors G5
Jul 11, 2009
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I wonder how looking before people file a lawsuit re: the new file structure. Everything I've read indicates slower SSD performance. We should be able to opt out.
I assume you're talking about APFS. I like the new features it offers.
 
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fisherking

macrumors G4
Jul 16, 2010
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everything you've read? give us some links.

meanwhile, here's some more ideas for class action lawsuits:
coverflow removed
no dark menubar in light mode
hard drive spinning counterclockwise, not clockwise
fave band's fourth album, downloaded from the itunes store, not as good as their second album
unable to place dock on top of, or center of, screen
keyboard errors when typing (that are definitely the OS fault, not mine)
the need for a $2.71 check, in 6 months
 
Jul 4, 2015
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Paris
I wonder how looking before people file a lawsuit re: the new file structure. Everything I've read indicates slower SSD performance. We should be able to opt out.

That’s daft. Everyone knows file structure has barely no influence on SSD performance.

Whether you use HFS+, exFAT, NTFS or APFS, it is the hardware controller and amount of data written that dictates performance.
 
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