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Old 24 July 2004, 22:49   #6
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Ok, I'm reasoning with myself in my own thread.

Yes, it appears what I said in my last post is the case. What made it confusing is, according to older third party readmes, there used to be a "SFSdefragmentGUI" executable program, but this seems to have been renamed to SFSdefrag.

From the readme file posted above, the "100% transparent" comment, along with what's mentioned in the old guide, also conflicts with the "hogging the drive and slowing down any normal reads or writes" which occurs under "SFSdefrag".

Oh well, that's that. A case where too much reading can be bad for you, especially when different readme files conflict!

Please don't be shy if you have any info and utilities to share.

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