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  • Is Boot Time Defrag working properly?

    I'm not computer expert but doesn't doing a boot time defrag with a hard drive that has over 375GB of data take a bit longer than 30 seconds.

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    • #3
      Hi AnAverageJoe,

      It is only defragging certain system files in Boot defrag, so 30 seconds is OK for 375 GB of data.

      Cheers.
      enoskype

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      • #4
        Hi, AnAverageJoe,

        In Boot time defrag, Smart Defrag is defragging only certain system files, so it is normal to have a duration of 30seconds for 375+GB of data if your hiberfil.sys and Pagefile.sys files and MFT are not defragmented.
        The time is there for defragmenting Registry Files (If you have SD Pro.)

        Cheers.
        enoskype

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        • #5
          Originally posted by enoskype View Post
          Hi AnAverageJoe,

          It is only defragging certain system files in Boot defrag, so 30 seconds is OK for 375 GB of data.

          Cheers.

          Is there an option to make it go through and defrag every file?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by enoskype View Post
            Hi AnAverageJoe,

            It is only defragging certain system files in Boot defrag, so 30 seconds is OK for 375 GB of data.

            Cheers.
            Originally posted by enoskype View Post
            Hi AnAverageJoe,

            It is only defragging certain system files in Boot defrag, so 30 seconds is OK for 375 GB of data.

            Cheers.

            I'm not computer expert but doesn't doing a boot time defrag with a hard drive that has over 375GB of data take a bit longer than 30 seconds.

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            • #7
              Not only are you not a computer expert, but you are also not very good at reading posts.
              Enoskype answered the question.
              Also this is a very old Topic. Please stop commenting on old Topics. If you have a contribution to make then open a new Topic.
              To err is Human. To really mess things up you need a PC.

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