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Windows 7: Will you be using Windows 7's new Defragger?

View Poll Results: Will you be using Windows 7 Defragger?
Yes 19 73.08%
No 7 26.92%
Voters: 26. You may not vote on this poll

09 Feb 2009   #11

Vista Ult 64bit - Windows 7 Ult 7264 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Romulinx2 View Post
I have been using it. The multi-pass feature is good. I have also been using jkdefrag which is also good. Not sure which is best yet?
Hi Romulin

You should never use 2 different defrag utilities constantly. Due to the differing algorythms used by the products, one will inevitably undo what the other has done and do things it's own way. If you're simply trying to decide which one to use, that's Ok for awhile but if it's done too much you basically are doing allot of unnecessary file movement.

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I started delving into the innards of fragmentation and defreggers a few years ago, and I must say I learned allot of things I wasn't aware of, and also allot of useless hype. I like how the MS guys are approaching this issue.

What really got me laughing tho was reading the comments section! Wow...uhhh "Hi n00bs"! Lot's of idiotic replies with a few smart folks thrown in, but it was good to see the MS guys get right in and answer them anyway (even tho the n00bs still came back and tried to refute the MS guys...LOL)
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09 Feb 2009   #12


lol Amen Chappy! There is a lot of hype out there, I mark this one up with nearly as much refutable BS as the RAM defraggers and optimizers....
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09 Feb 2009   #13

Windows 7 Ulti. x64

Runs once a week by default? Yes? I do miss watching the progress..
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10 Feb 2009   #14

Vista Ult 64bit - Windows 7 Ult 7264 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johngalt View Post
lol Amen Chappy! There is a lot of hype out there, I mark this one up with nearly as much refutable BS as the RAM defraggers and optimizers.... just HAD to mention those didn't you John..
Amazing what people can come up with to sell the masses eh. Make up an important sounding tool & sell em things they don't even know they needed (and didn't).
Now we just have Service Tweaks, Registry Cleaners, needless TCP\IP patches and some others to squash.
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10 Feb 2009   #15

Windows 7 x64

Nope, unfortunately PerfectDisk 10 has my attention! With its support for Windows 7 it makes perfect sense to continue my use ;-)
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