The Windows 10 include an "Automatic Maintenance" function in Control Panel -> System and Security -> Security and Maintenance that performs various maintenance tasks on a scheduled basis. This maintenance includes checking drives to see if they need to be optimized, checking for new updates, security scans, and other diagnostics.
When optimizing drives, the Windows 10 should record the last time a drive was optimized so that it does not defragment the same drive too often.
Because of this, when you return to Drive Optimization (Windows Defragger), you will see that a unit SSD says it "needs optimization" even though the auto-maintenance was performed this morning, as shown below.
But until this fix is fixed, "forgetting" when the drive was last optimized creates another unwanted behavior, described below.
The reconstruction of the units SSD it happens very often
The general rule has always been that you should avoid it reconstruction of SSDs, to avoid unnecessary wear. Microsoft developers, however, have stated in the past that there is some benefit to rebuilding a SSD drive that is highly fragmented and because of this, will rebuild a drive SSD once in a month.
Unfortunately, since the Windows with the 2004 version, they forget when they last did optimization, their automatic maintenance Windows 10 will cause a unit to be rebuilt SSD much more often than once a month when you restart Windows.
This is a problem, as is the frequent reconstruction of one SSD is not good for the drive as it could shorten its life prematurely.
To remove a drive from automatic drive optimization in Windows 10, follow these steps:
On the Start menu, look for "Rebuild" and click "Rebuild and Optimize Drives".
When the Drive Optimization screen opens, read the list of drives and highlight the ones that are SSD. Then click on "Change settings".
On the Optimization Schedule settings screen, click the "Select" button.
You will now see a list of drives that will be automatically optimized in a regular program. Uncheck all units SSD from the list, and then press the OK button.
You can now close the Optimization screen (Optimize Drives).
All units SSD should now be removed from automatic drive maintenance. When the problem is resolved in the future, you can add them back to automatic maintenance.