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Windows 7: disk fragmenter


28 Jun 2011   #11

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Click on analyze.

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28 Jun 2011   #12

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after defrag is completed,
auslogics said there are junk files and registry errors in disks.
how do u take care of them?
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28 Jun 2011   #13

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I do not use the software provided by Auslogics for that process.
1) dont use any software to fix registry. Not needed by Seven and it can cause problems
2) To clean up junk files download and use Ccleaner. It does an awesome job. I untick registry entries (see item 1 above)
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28 Jun 2011   #14

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what are reg. errors and fragmentation?
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28 Jun 2011   #15

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The registry is the brains of the computer. Windows Seven is a very sophisticated OS. It does not need any external software to take care of errors in the registry. The most common error, if you did not use registry cleaners etc. are unused file extensions. Basicially, small pieces of changes that you made to the OS, such as uninstalle programs etc.
Fragmentation
What is disk defragmentation?
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28 Jun 2011   #16

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i have installed numbers of softwares and uninstalled many of them.
Are junk files one of them?
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28 Jun 2011   #17

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With Seven dont worry about the registry.
If you have junk files they will be removed with ccleaner.
Just do a defrag is you did a lot of uninstalling.
First do a scan disk
Then the defrag.
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28 Jun 2011   #18

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Doing many BSODS due to registry cleaners etc, I respectfully disagree with touching the registry. I will not comment further, it is not beneficial to debate subjective issues.
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28 Jun 2011   #19

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Doing many BSODS due to registry cleaners etc, I respectfully disagree with touching the registry. I will not comment further, it is not beneficial to debate subjective issues.
No comment
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28 Jun 2011   #20

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i downloaded ccleaner, and ran it..
some memories were deleted,
and
Windows 7 and web browser seems to be responding faster.

thank u!!

i did not know to scan disk prior to defrag...
I opened report after defrag, it was 6.62%.

i am learning...
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