Question about Gateway GT5014 PC Desktop
You don't want to do that for the simple reason you won't know which files you are getting rid of.What is happening when you are defragmenting your hard drive the red lines are parts of files and when they are put back where they belong they turn blue.It's like throwing a deck of cards up in the air and when they land all over the place,this is the same as a fragmented hard drive.Now when you pick up the cards and put them in to suits like a new deck of cards you have defraged the deck so to speak.That frees up space on the hard drive and your PC will last longer,if you ever hear your hard drive making a clacking sound that's because fragments of files are all out of place and the arm is working over time trying to put different files back together and it will wear out your hard drive.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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