SSDs manage their own memory intelligently and by doing so try to prevent losing speed as a result of fragmentation or ineffective data distribution. And up to a certain point this is also enough.
After intensive or prolonged use, however, it’s necessary to clean up internal optimization to regain its benefits. SSDs offer board resources for this purpose. SOLID/Quick uses these board resources in combination with a straightening up mechanism to improve future performance and resource allocation. It’s advisable to run SOLID/Quick regularly on an SSD because this is the only way for the SSD to achieve 100% of its performance continuously.