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Fragmented files that make your PC/notebook to a snail are now easily to fix.

Discussion in 'Computers and Electronics' started by sirchai, 14 Sep 2016.

  1. sirchai

    sirchai Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Sabai Dee?

    You can read a lot of bullocks about the Windows de- fragment program and I've just recently tried several programs on my PC that's backed up twice, with a great AV system from Kaspersky that I renew every 30 days, with all options.

    But there's also a 91 day version that works great, you only need to know which one it is.

    Of course would I never recommend to use any pirated software, as it's a serious crime in Germany.

    There's a program called O & O Defrag, you can get it on the bay and it made my already a few years old PC and my way older notebook to racehorses, both running W 10 Pro, with the 1607 updates.

    Here's the link ( The 19 version doesn't have any seeders)

    O&O Defrag 14 Professional Edition(32&64bit)-serial incl (download torrent) - TPB
     
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  2. gungchang

    gungchang Well-Known Member

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    Or, do a side by side installation of Linux Mint 18.

    AFAIK, there is no defrag program for Linux. Not needed?
     
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  3. sirchai

    sirchai Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    I've deleted O & O just because it doesn't work with my backup system Macrium.

    The good and the bad..........
     
  4. fred flintstone

    fred flintstone Well-Known Member

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    Install Linux on an SSD.....ploplem solved
     

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