Sluggish Computer - takes longer for the drive to put the...

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Anytime a system is running slowly or it takes time to open files can be because your hard drive is fragmented. There are a few options you have to fixing this, you can use the Windows based defrag option or purchase a third party defragging software. Once you complete the defrag process I would always run a full scandisk checking the integrity of the hard drive. When a hard drive is fragmented it means the data on the drive is scattered throughout the drive and it
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Unformatted text preview: takes longer for the drive to put the data together. When you defrag it, it seeks out all the data and reorganizes it. Just like a child having to clean their messy room, or employee having to clean their cluttered desk. 1 1 A+ guide to managing and maintaining your PC...
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