A week ago I upgraded my main hard disk to an SSD (ADATA SU800) hoping to improve the general performance of my PC. I did a clean install of windows (10) and Linux (Pop-OS). I did notice a great improvement on windows, with programs opening up almost instantly. But in Linux, I barely noticed some improvements.
Today, I ran a benchmark in both systems, in windows using crystaldiskmark and in Linux a similar program named almost the same, kdiskmark. Herein I show the results I got.
Why does Linux have the poorest performance? It is related to compatibility or drivers? Is it possible to improve it and get the same results as windows?
Both systems were completely idle (no more programs opened by the user). And I know the results are similar but I want to get the maximum possible performance. I ran the test only one time under both systems but maybe I must have done it thrice or more. And for more information, the Windows partition is NTFS and the Linux one is EXT4.