I still own an XPS 14 from 2014 (now running Windows 10 Pro) and would now like to try and extend its life a little more by replacing the HDD with an SDD. To this end, I just bought an ADATA SU800 512GB 3D-NAND 400TB TBW SSD.
I doubt strongly that allowing the internal 128GB mSata caching drive to continue operating as a cache will improve the performance of my new SSD. In fact, it might well slow the new drive down.
Can anyone tell me how to switch off the caching function on the machine please?