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  • #31
    Cicely would appreciate a proper follow up to this thread, thanks
    DJ ektorbarajas:
    http://ektorbarajas.blogspot.mx/

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    • #32
      Hello,

      When you install Smart Defrag, it is highly recommended to disable Windows Defrag as different defragment tools adopt different algorithms, which will make it as a mess if you use them at the same time.
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      • #33
        Cicely totally agree, that is why it is key for implementing a feature so that when Smart Defrag is installed to automatically disable the schedule of the Windows built in defrag, it can be either implemented as an optional change when installing the program (to explain the user and let the user decide) or also can be implemented as an option in the settings

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        DJ ektorbarajas:
        http://ektorbarajas.blogspot.mx/

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        • #34
          If you can, move to a different drive (or better yet delete) the most
          fragmented files as noted on
          the report that barcabod told you about.

          that should reduce the space requirements & also do some of the work for
          you.

          I prefer perfect disk to O&O or diskkeeper... but only used in this way:

          do an offline defrag first - no matter what it tells you to do.
          then do a quick defrag only
          then do a windows defrag.

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