I would like to know the difference between disabling and dropping a trigger. To me, Trigger is basically coupled with transaction hence write/reads entry from the log for the action. If that is the case, disabling a trigger would only stop the read operation however the write happens to the transaction log. For a big table with more transactions(updates/delete/insert), it would be great if we can drop the trigger instead of disabling so I can save the log file growth. So dropping a trigger would be the best one rather than disabling if it is not going to use in future.
Please correct me perhaps I am wrong on anything.