O&O Defrag 2000

For Windows NT, 2000, and XP. Everyone knows that you’re supposed to defrag your harddrive so that it doesn’t slow to a snail’s crawl. Most Windows administrators also know that Windows defrag is like a ghost from hell, when it comes to efficient defragging.
Well, O&O Defrag 2000 takes care of all of that. It’s one of the best freeware defraggers out there and can handle the data without corruption and will make your harddrive happy. And you want a happy harddrive right?
O&O < MajorGeeks

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    A while back I read about a theory that database data shouldn’t be defragged. The theory posits that data is laid down in proximity to how it will be accessed and moving it to its contiguous files disrespects its practical uses. Fortunately, I have many customers upon which to test stupid theories. My users reported the usual decline in performance when they stopped defragging. I’ll be taking a look at this product. Thanks.

  • f

    A while back I read about a theory that database data shouldn’t be defragged. The theory posits that data is laid down in proximity to how it will be accessed and moving it to its contiguous files disrespects its practical uses. Fortunately, I have many customers upon which to test stupid theories. My users reported the usual decline in performance when they stopped defragging. I’ll be taking a look at this product. Thanks.