The Windows operating system has the ability to defragment the disk, but it is only the impression that the previous Windows operating system disk defragmentation process is very long, but the Win7 is different, and the previous versions of the operating system compared to a significant increase. This is mainly due to the addition of a completely new parameter command to the disk-finishing command line in Win7. Let's take a look at how to use the disk defragmentation function to accelerate your Win7 burden!
First, find Disk Defragmenter from the Start menu. You can choose Start-All Programs--attachments--System Tools--Disk Defragmenter, or you can find them directly in the search bar.
Then, under current state, select the disk that you want to defragment. Here, if you cannot determine if there is fragmentation on your disk, you can select the analysis disk first. Of course, if you're sure you know that there is a fragment on a disk, you can also choose "Defragment" directly.
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After the analysis disk is finished, you can choose to defragment the disk according to the results of the analysis. You should defragment the disk as long as you check for more than 10% percent of fragmentation on the disk in the last run time. Just click on "Disk Defragmentation" to help accelerate your Win7 burden.
In addition, you can set up a "configuration plan" to automate "disk defragmentation" every week to ensure that Win7 is accelerated.