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Windows 7: Defrag virtual disk?

29 Mar 2010   #1
iUnique

Windows 7 Build 7600
 
 
Defrag virtual disk?

it's a need to defrag a virtual disk?

and what are the ways to optimize OS running on virtual disk?

im using XP Pro SP3 on virtual disk created by VMWare Fusion 3


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29 Mar 2010   #2
Jonathan_King

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

The short answer to your first question is yes. Defragmenting virtual machine disk files - Virtualization Pro
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