I'm thinking of purchasing a solid state drive for my computer, to install my operating systems on. It's my understanding that SSDs don't like being written to often, so I want to make sure that the drive isn't written to more than necessary.
It's a non-issue. To wear out a 10,000 cycles 64 GB SSD, you'd have to write 10,000 times 64 GBs, that is, 64 GBs a day per 27 years. Way too much for an average user.
It was a problem when SSDs had less cycles and thus wore out early.