One of the limitations of the Windows NT/2000 defragmentation interface is that it is not possible to defragment files that are open for exclusive access. Thus, standard defragmentation programs can neither show you how fragmented your paging files or Registry hives are, nor defragment them. Paging and Registry file fragmentation can be one of the leading causes of performance degradation related to file fragmentation in a system.
Teapot Philosopher wrote:So after the 30 days, if I wanna install another Linux I might have to shop around again. Lol.
Okay. Gparted did not work. The option to make a new partition was faded out so I couldn't click on it, despite clicking on it repeatedly out of annoyance. The option to Resize/Move did allow me to click on it, but then the actual option of what size I want the partition to be refused to change. I am really a mess at all of this... Sabayon automatic partitioning refused to work, and now Gparted! Lol.
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