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Re: Why Native Windows Defragmentation Isn't Enough

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____/ nessuno on Monday 01 Aug 2011 22:00 : \____

> <Quote>
> Fragmentation has long been known as the hard disks' silent killer.
> Every year, billions of dollars are spent on IT networks to increase
> performance and reliability, but improperly managed fragmentation cuts
> deeply into its effectiveness. Left alone, fragmentation will slow
> disk reads and writes and ultimately affect the user experience with
> slows, freezes and crashes. Your solution to fragmentation could be as
> problematic as fragmentation. Read this article and get the essential
> picture of what it takes to eliminate the effects of fragmentation
> forever.
> </Quote>
> http://whitepapers.zdnet.com/abstract.aspx?docid=2143445&promo=550&tag=nl.e550&cval=widl&ctype=default
> Yep.  Eliminate the effects of fragmentation forever.  Switch to Linux.

The only person in my family who still complains about performance issues
on "the computer" is the only one who is not a Linux user (yet).

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