How To: Defragment your hard drive in Windows XP

Defragment your hard drive in Windows XP

In this screencast, we show you how to use the Disc Defragmenter in Windows XP, to clean up your hard discs, and group fragmented files to make access to them much quicker.

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The windows defragger may be sufficient for defragging drives that dont get heavily fragmented or fragged fast. For serious defrag tasks its better to go for third party options like Diskeeper which can be set to do the job automatically and defrag even extremely fragmented drives without skipping any files.

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