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Published on August 18th, 2009

Here’s how you can boost your PC’s performance with a few quick steps.

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Patrickleeman

August 31, 2010

11:10 am

Very helpful video! Thanks for sharing. Generally excessive fragmentation slows down our computer’s response time, so it’s a good idea to defragment the hard disk regularly. Regularly defragmenting the hard disk helps your PC access files more quickly and efficiently. The idea behind the disk defragmenter is to move all the files around so that every file is stored on sequential sectors on sequential rings of the disk.

For more cool tricks and tips download the guide here.

Anne

January 5, 2010

3:41 am

According to my experience, I thinkto defragment disk can speed up computer a lot.

First, the fragments are available spaces in fact; even so, they are too small to form a large space to restore any file, what is more, such fragments are displaced in a mess which forces them to arrange orderly.

And, the so-called “defragmentation” is to collect them to turn into a useful restored space. Because the files are put continuously, it can reduce the time to read among disk heads in the hope to speed up read-write operation and expand the usage of hard disk as well.

As mentioned above, you are bound to defragment your hard disk. Maybe turning to the “Disk Defragmenter” of the Windows is your first choice.

You can right-click the disk needed to defragment, choose “Properties”—“Tool” and then start the defragmentation.

However, the time of defragmenting is connected with your computer performance, the size of your disk data and so forth.

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