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Defragmented or not?


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#1 Dirkk

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Posted 28 February 2014 - 01:30 PM

UltraDefrag shows this as defragmented, repectively optimized, if I see it right: http://i.imgur.com/4GxcAql.png

 

2,95 % fragmented is displayed. It doesn't look like being defragmented at all. What does that mean? Why is it like that?

 

At the moment I have about 100 GB free space on the hard disk, but it seems as if new files were stored fragmented, thought Defraggler (before) and now UltraD. have defragmented, why is is like that?


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Posted 28 February 2014 - 01:48 PM

You have enough free space on the hdd, so this wouldn't be a problem.  There could be files which are being used by a program, you would not be able to defrag these.


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Posted 28 February 2014 - 02:03 PM

Thank you Arachibutyrophobia.

 

 

There could be files which are being used by a program, you would not be able to defrag these.

Yes, but that many files, that it looks like that? And the big files (e.g. 1 GB), movies etc. which are shown as defragmented are / were not in use while defragging. And why is the free space shown so fragmented?

 

Thanks again.


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