I'm no expert,as you well know.What I do is analyse first in the XP normal defrag window.I take no notice of Windows recommendation,whether to Defrag or not.If I see what I consider too many red lines, or red blocks,I take note of the Pattern blocks on the Hard Drive.Defrag with JK,then go back and have a look at the Blocks again.If they are like view 3 then all is well as far as I am concerned.First Defrag will take ages,as it has a lot of moving to do.They get shorter in time duration,as each defrag there after.Mine take about 5-10 mins average.If you see after the first ever scan :), any red lines,then I would defrag a second time.Hope you can follow me. 🙂
I must say I have never seen mine so neat!!
Hi Mitz.I think, the neater a Defragger, can stack the Files,it must improve the speed, of the OS,however minute. 🙂As I said,I have used it for ages,and never a hiccup.If you read the JK Home page,it can be set to Automatic,but I have never bothered.
Hey DSTM that jkdefrag is great …have tested it ….I used reno uninstaller to clean up the programs and get rid of the ones I don't want...then I cleaned out the files and defragged with jkdefrag....the computer is really running great... And trust me I mess my computer up in five seconds with testing programs, taking screenshots and more...Thanks for the cool advice guys...I was too busy doing other things and neglected the maintenance side of the computing... 🙂
That's great Mitz. I really find these 2 programs a must have. So many programs out there to choose from.When we find Programs, that do a specific Task well,we like to let our fellow Members know.I download programs, all the time,and Revo is great,for getting rid of the left over Registry entries.I would be lost without it. 🙂
Thanks for all this information as I am new at computers. I didn't know that there were free programs out there. I just thought they were trial programs that ran out.
I uses Advanced Defrag 2.0 to defragment my drives, it is very fast than the Windows Disk Defrag in system tools.
This is great information. I just use the Windows defrag tool and always have problems with it..i saw a video on Tips4pc mentioning JKdefrag and now it is here too. I am going to try it.
De fragmentation increase speed of the system but I am not familiar about the side effects it might can impart over hard disk of the system .Please deliver required information in this context.
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