Manually defrag after a large delete

After a large delete from a full disk, it is best to manually activate the defrag program. But make sure you disconnect from the network before you do.

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After a large delete from a full disk, it is best to manually activate the defrag program. But make sure you disconnect from the network before you do.

This was last published in June 2003

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