HOW DO YOU PERFORM DISK CLEANUP AND DE FRAGMENT
gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 10:50:45 UTC 2010
2010/2/27 Proud Parent <mymagma at gmail.com>:
> HOW DO YOU CLEAN THE DISC OF TRASH AND DE FRFRAGMENT THE DISC?
> PROUD PARENT
OK, I see that you got some angry and some arrogant replies. The
information is there, but maybe it could be said somewhat nicer, at
least that is what I am going to try now:
First, which is not an answer to you question, typing capitals are
considered yelling or shouting on most mail lists, so it would be nice
if you stopped doing that.
I run Ubuntu 9.10 in Swedish so I am not sure about the English words
in menues and so on, but in [System → Administration] (or something
like that) there is an icon looking like a broom. Double click it. It
will ask for your password.
Disk fragmentation is unlikely to happen on an Ubuntu (or other non
Windows/DOS) system, at least if your file system is not NTFS or FAT
of some kind. I think there are defragmentation tools out there
somewhere, but you will probably never need it.
I found more information about this here:
And, in the future, remember that Caps Lock thing. People tend to give
you arrogant replies when you use upper case letters only. :)
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