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Folder Options, Does Readonly and Archive status boost disk performance

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For windows PC/Workstation/Laptop using W9 or W10.

Lets say If i make a big chunk of data-only  files and folders attribute as  Read-only and or Archive, will it improve performance of the system on read and write operations of the hard drive.


The drive may be Solid State drive or the traditional hard disk drive.


Thank you.


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