Disk defragmenting (was "Re: No Sound :(")
waldbauernbub at gmx.at
Tue Nov 16 22:04:13 GMT 2010
Am 2010-11-16 22:57, schrieb Franz Waldmüller:
> Am 2010-11-16 15:21, schrieb Michael Haney:
>> Actually, for Windows I find MyDefrag to be better. Its a tiny
>> defragmentor that takes command line switches to set options, supports
>> scripting, or can be launched from the GUI that comes with it. The
>> defrag program itself is tiny, only a few k in size, and displays a
>> representation of the sectors on your drive color coded for what they
>> are or what degree of fragmentation they have. Its small but
>> powerful. This tool can reorganize the drive, moving the folders for
>> Windows and frequently used apps to the front of the drive as it
>> defrags. This takes a very long time, but the boost in drive
>> performance is very noticeable when its done.
>> MyDefrag used to be called JKDefrag, its free, and its open source
>> under the GNU license.
> When helping Windows users I always recommend MyDefrag (JKDefrag), too.
I have to correct myself: I always recommend the older program JKDefrag
as it is GPL licenced.
According to wikipedia the mydefrag program is closed source, but still
(All this program are just for Windows)
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