defragmenter


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defragmenter

[‚dē‚frag′men·tər]
(computer science)
A program that analyzes storage locations of files on a computer disk and then carries out defragmentation.
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Even though the defragmenter can be used on traditional keyboard and mouse PCs, Disk Defrag Touch is fully touch-enabled and SSD-compatible, which makes it a disk maintenance tool of choice for users of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 touch-screen computers and tablets.
Complete the disk cleanup and defragmenter procedures once a month using the Accessories Tool.
The company is a provider of system performance/defragmentation software for Windows NT 2000, XP and OpenVMS operating systems, producing more than 95 per cent of the network defragmenters used in the corporate market.
ScanDisk stabilizes your computer while a Disk Defragmenter speeds up your computer by refiling your files.
Disk Defragmenter patiently analyses the content of the hard disk and rearranges the filing structure into sequence so that access rates are improved.
When I check my own disk drives every couple of months I get rid of unnecessary files, I run optimization utilities, like a defragmenter, and generally open up more capacity, There are plenty of equivalent tools for managing big RAIDS.
It lets you schedule automatic runs of Disk Defragmenter, CleanUp and ScanDisk.
Diskeeper is a network defragmenter that works quickly and efficiently.
Improved ScanDisk and Disk Defragmenter. Microsoft claims that both of these utilities have been improved to support new, larger hard drives.
4) Run "scan disk," and "disk defragmenter" to clean up your hard drive.