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1st, Degragmenting is still neccesary. It speeds up harddrive searches which is important when starting programs and cuts down on harddrive wear by minimizing the movement of the actuator arm and pivot axis. This also reduces heat and also wear on the ribbon cable.
2nd, You can schedule an auto defrag on Vista and Win7 by left clicking the Start button, type in 'disk defragmenter' in the search window at the bottom then hit enter. This starts the defrag but you can see in this box how to schedule future defrags for increased performance.
3rd, The next time you have a computer question I would suggest searching computer forums for answers to your computer question. Would you take your tractor to a computer tech for repairs? Just being realistic not argumentative.
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