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Defragging in Windows 7 (and later) – Ask Leo!

Ask Leo!

Have you wondered what that term defragging or defragmenting means?  Leo Notenboom discusses why fragmented files on your hard drive adversely affect system performance, and how you can alleviate this natural occurrence by regularly running the Disk Defragmenter built into Windows or a third party tool.  Good news, for those of you who are running Windows Vista or later, the Disk Defragmenter is scheduled to run automatically.

~Ted Eiler

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