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Windows 7: Win7 defragmenter analyzes SSD frequently

02 Aug 2012   #31

Windows 7 ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by deepsilence View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by centaur78 View Post
Hi Deep

My suggestion is to completely disable Disk Defrag from services..

I use contig all the time and have it schedule to do my defrags.... If you prefer i can provide you with the command line switches to get running for you.
Yeah, I agree. I've used the Samsung Magician to disable the disk defrag. What is contig?
Well Contig is a single-file defragmenter that attempts to make files contiguous on disk. Its perfect for quickly optimizing files that are continuously becoming fragmented, or that you want to ensure are in as few fragments as possible.

its a sysinternals program ... and i can vouch for all my clients it does its job pretty well... its a command line util ... and doesn't have the dressings of a full blown defragmenter like Auslogics or Defraggler or O&O ..

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