by Joe Levi | August 6, 2013 7:31 AM
When I first got my original Nexus 7, I loved it. Over time, however, it got slower and slower. As it turns out, I wasn't alone. These tablets that started out snappy got gradually slower over time, until they were almost painful to use. Then Android 4.3 came along, and much of that slowness went away. Why? Google sneaked in a feature that's slowly helping restore my sanity: Android TRIM support. Let's get some terminology and technology out of the way. When you think about how computers store files, you probably picture a hard drive (HDD), a rotating set of platters that stores data ...
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