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Boot Time Defragment


mrbencai

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Pagefile being in one piece, hides the fragmentation of data normally would have been fragmented if they were not written to pagefile and written dircetly to HD.

This is the most logical explanation comes to my mind about that comment.

 

If that is what it means, then Windows Must Not do that?

If true, I'm wondering why Not?

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If you don't have enough contiguous free space at the optimum location, when pagefile.sys is created again, it can be fragmented.

 

Also the shutdown process would take quite a long time and next time you boot, probable existing prefetched data which would normally could have been in pagefile will not be in the pagefile to be used immediately.:idea: I THINK!!!

 

Cheers.

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