Unknown application


It’s not absolutely clear which product this file is part of and who is its author. Rayio.exe is usually located in the %DOCS_SETTINGS%\aarons\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows folder and its usual size is 35,840 bytes.


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Common path(s): %DOCS_SETTINGS%\aarons\Application Data\Microsoft\WindowsFilesize(s): 35,840 bytes


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Registry Errors: Free scan (run Registry Cleaner)Uninstallation: N/A Uninstall (run Unistall Manager)Disk & Memory Usage: N/A Free scan (run Task Manager)

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by Emanuellynatally on Jul 21, 2012 at 04:29 AM

Depends. Small answer: Yes, SSD's reiruqe something called TRIM' for small. When deleting something on a SSD, cells inside the disk will be used-up, and the disk will eventually act slow and used'. You might want to look TRIM' up.If you are referring to defragmentation, then NO. SSD's should NOT be defragmented. It won't like blow the disk up , but SSD's don't become fragged' in the first place. So defragging a SSD is really unesessary, it only tears on the disk itself.

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