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do multiple defrag damage hard drive over time?

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TheVirtualOne

defrag now.

put a shortcut on the desktop and rename it "do this every week" then set it up to automatically defrag.

defrag will not degrade the drives.

its kinda like this. when data is dropped onto the platter of your hard drive it looks like casserole. when you tell the hard drive to find the peas in the casserole it has to look all over the place and it takes forever.

defragging your hard drive separates all of the ingredients into nice, neat, clean, orgainized and labeled piles. so the next time you tell your computer to find something... it knows exactly where it is!

you can quote me here fellas. I use this one a lot.