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Old 02-11-2008, 06:03 AM   #16
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Wink Use this defrag utility in win

another suggestion:in Win download and use Auslogics Disk defrag to defragment,it's freeware,very fast and very good.
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Originally Posted by H_TeXMeX_H View Post
ext3, unlike JFS, XFS, Reiser4, and ext4, does NOT support extents. So, it will likely fragment more than these, but you may not notice it. Nothing like what happens with FAT32 or NTFS (even tho NTFS supports extents).
Looks like someone changed that. NTFS is no longer listed as supporting extents, and there's a paragraph about it in the discussion.
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Hmmm ... I don't see the paragraph. But, anyway, if it doesn't then that's probably one reason why it requires defrag.



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