[SATLUG] Re: SATLUG Digest, Vol 148, Issue 8

NATHAN OXHANDLER nathan at gvtc.com
Sun May 29 16:03:06 CDT 2016


I use only 20 % of the disk, the same I have used for several years.

Nathan

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> Steve you are bad ....... Forgive him Nathan .... I had to switch my 7 box to
> Win 10 and I probably spend more time when I use it for continual updates
> that the defrag is costing you.
> Is the disk getting full? May be the space available to copy to is small and
> it has to do the file defrag in multiple attempts.
> Just for grins I have found the Mac OSX a nice compromise to Windows and
> Linux, unix based but everything just works and with VirtualBox and VMware
> Fusion I can have both Win10 and CentOS 7 running in a virtual while
> allowing OSX do my daily BS.
> Sorry, I know not what  you wanted to hear.... Freedom is not Free, let us
> not Forget! "We make a living by what we Get. We make a LIFE by what we
> GIVE."Sir Winston Churchill
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> Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 08:39:55 -0400 (EDT)
> From: NATHAN OXHANDLER <nathan at gvtc.com>
> Subject: [SATLUG] Win 7 Disk Defrag
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> Up until a few weeks ago when I would run the Win 7 Disk Defragmenter program
> it would take 6 or 7 passes to complete. It now takes 35 to 50 passes to
> complete. Anyone else notice this?
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> Nathan
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> Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 09:14:01 -0500
> From: steve kolars <bkfuth at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [SATLUG] Win 7 Disk Defrag
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> Its a feature ja ja ja ja...
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> --Steve--
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> On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 7:39 AM, NATHAN OXHANDLER <nathan at gvtc.com> wrote:
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> > Up until a few weeks ago when I would run the Win 7 Disk Defragmenter
> > program it would take 6 or 7 passes to complete. It now takes 35 to 50
> > passes to complete. Anyone else notice this?
> >
> > Nathan
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