Windows Vista disk defragmenter
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Windows Vista’s developers decided to pare down the Disk Defragmenter user interface to a simple dialog box that consists of just two buttons.
When you manually launch Windows Vista’s Disk Defragmenter, the only feedback you get is a message telling you that the hard disk is being defragmented.
The Defrag command line tool is capable of providing you with a detailed fragmentation analysis report.
You can use the Resource Overview to keep tables on the disk defragmenting operation.