Right after the new Creator update 2 days ago to Windows 10 x64 Pro, if I let my system idle for about 6 mins, the hdd activity light comes on showing a steady light. Not even an intermittent on and off, just a steady on. I really don't want that much activity happening on my SSD. As a test, I have let it run, and it just keeps going and going for the longest test I did, which was for 75 mins. This never happened before, only since the new update. When I move the pointer, the activity stops within 1 or 2 seconds. All system drivers and component drivers have been updated just a day ago, after I noticed the issue. I have a hunch that it is related to the new feature of Device Performance & Health making a constant hdd scan for health issues. I could be wrong, of course, but in any event, I'd like to disable that entire part of Defender. I have had Defender disabled for a couple of years now, but I can't seem to stop the Health scanning. I do know that there are settings located at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Security Health in the registry, but there are several settings that are above my pay grade. I just don't know how to alter them so that the entire thing is disabled. Anyone here that could point me in the right direction? TIA!!