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Von II

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#1 8 years ago

..so far (13% completion) it has freed up 0.7gb.

I have win XP on it for a month now (fresh install) and 60gb of total data. This is my first Defrag.

I hope to see some more free space, as i have a 76gb HD ripped from an old P4. :lookaround:




Adrian Ţrumpeş Forum Mod

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#2 8 years ago
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You're just lucky you have only 76 gbs, you should see how long it takes for a HD my size, or higher, to defrag =p


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#3 8 years ago

If you want something fast for defragging, use this. It's freeware and used to be the defrag tool in an older Windows OS. The Windows defrag tool is OK for compacting after a defrag, but not too good for defragging.




Von II

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#4 8 years ago

I don't really care, but thnx anyway :)




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#5 8 years ago
Noobst3R;5046909I don't really care, but thnx anyway :)

LOL, well if you want to waste time using a defrag tool that's slow and outdated, that's up to you, but most that have tried Auslogics Disk Defrag love and swear by it. Once a person gets into PC gaming hardcore they realize that to install a game properly means a thorough defrag after doing so. Sooner or later you'll realize that after taking the time to install and patch a game, the last thing you want to do is sit there waiting for a defrag tool to finish.




Von II

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#6 8 years ago

Heh, i have a lot of time =p

(just accept that i don't care about defragging :p)




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#7 8 years ago
Noobst3R;5046919(just accept that i don't care about defragging :p)

LOL, you make a thread about defragging implying it's taking some time, then you say you don't care about defragging. Yeah, it's definitely your first time doing it alright. :rolleyes:

You will learn the ways of the wise when you realize that even if you do have plenty of time, there's no sense spending it foolishly, like making forum threads that make little to no sense whatsoever, esp when you ignore sound advice offered. At least your screen name fits. :lol:




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#8 8 years ago

Defragging doesn't free up space. Just so you know...




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#9 8 years ago

Oh, is that what he's trying to do? No, defragging doesn't free up disk space, for that you want add/remove programs.


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#10 8 years ago

And cleanup temp files, web browser cache, Flash Player cache, and such...




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