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Small Win2k partition and file placement


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Hello - does Smart Defrag do a good job at arranging the files in such

a way that re-fragmentation is minimized ?


I also own Perfect Disk version 7. My main problems with it are that

the display doesn't update properly (no biggie) but secondly (and more

importantly), it puts the directories in a strange place - at the end of the data.


PD arranges the files such that the most recently modified are at the end

of the data. This seems like the best strategy.

For example, the new Firefox, version 4/5 creates thousands of files

in it's new cache design. Since these files are not permanent, it makes

sense that they're at the end of the data.


How does SmartDefrag handle placement?


Also, since Windows 2000 doesn't have layout.ini or prefetch, do any

defraggers offer anything to optimise the boot time?

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