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when really need defragment drive?


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#1 cafejose

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Posted 27 October 2016 - 11:04 PM

If defragmenter when opened auto-analyzes and reports that performance is good and you do not need to defragment at this time, how do we know?    The program gives no analysis telling us anything else.  

 

Related question:  The defragmenter gives use two checkbox choices, being Your Files, and System Volume.  THe first one  (forgot the actual title) is always pre-selected but the System Volume is never selected.  Should we put check marks into BOTH boxes and then do the defragmenting?



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