I'm using VirtualBox to run a 64-bit Windows 7 VM, with the guest drive being on an SSD for speed. Host OS is also 64-bit Windows 7.
I know Windows 7 automagically tweaks some settings if it detects it's running on an SSD, but I'm guessing that running inside a VM, it will have no idea that it's on an SSD.
So do I need to manually turn TRIM on, disable defragmentation, etc? Or should I just generally not worry about such things?
If there are things I should do within the VM to make it work better on an SSD, what are they?