Disable Windows Disk Write Cache for Data Integrity and Better Performance — Long White Virtual Clouds

Some of you may be shocked to know that by default a lot of disk devices in Windows will by default have disk write caching enabled (Better Performance Policy). This can cause data integrity issues if there is a sudden loss of power, or the sudden removal of the device, as most devices are hot…

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