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Mission "Defragmentation". Part 2: PerfectDisk

Started by: boner | Date 08/09/07 01:42:12 PM
Comments: 12 | Last Comment:  08/30/15 10:34:13 AM


I must say those Samsung disks are an utterly stunning. I have 4 of the 500GB variety.

The are the best performing.
They are the quietest (even without changing the acustic management).
They are practically the cheapest you can buy.

I can't remember when someone else had such a killer product.

(anxiously scans headlines for "IBM deathstar" like bad news).
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 08/10/07 03:33:06 AM]

But what about the effect of defragmentation? Isn't it more important than the time the process has taken? Honestly, i never found any noticeable difference before and after defrag in terms of system or application launch times or copy/move procedures. Given that most of the programs and the system itself consist of numerous -and very small- files and the disk head should shuffle between them anyway...?
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 08/11/07 05:29:15 AM]


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