I have gone through loads of articles about people telling to remove swap partitions to optimize SSDs. Looking at the upside of having swap utility , why not go for a swap file? What will be the difference?


There would be no real advantage/disadvantage.

They are two methods of accomplishing the same goal.

As to why we try to avoid it on an SSD, you might want to check out some possible duplicates:

Why no swap partitions on SSD drives?

On an SSD, are there any advantages to a swap partition over a swap file?

Do I need swap with new SSD?

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