I'm a newbie to SSDs and nearly complete beginner to TRIM, so this may sound a little bit dumb.
I found many articles (for example this one) and even more Internet sources that claims, that "TRIM support was introduced to make SSD work better". But today, I found this blog entry (in Polish, but most important quote is given in English), about TRIM on SSD for Mac computers, where we can read Kingston's technician saying that:
In fact, enabling TRIM could actually hurt the performance and reliability of your OWC SSD, rather than help it (…) Our in-house testing has also shown that the TRIM Enabler hack has proven to be unreliable. So bottom line, we highly recommend not using TRIM when using OWC SSDs; all you need is what’s already inside.
Article is dated seven days ago (May 22) so it sound like something new.
Is above claiming true? If so, why there are some many sources insisting on enabling TRIM and why Macs are so special, that for them specifically you shouldn't enable TRIM?