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    Is there a system clean along the lines of a de frag ? Every so often I will delete emails and txts and cookies etc from the web. However am I missing a trick ?

    Heath
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heathcliffe View Post
    Is there a system clean along the lines of a de frag ? Every so often I will delete emails and txts and cookies etc from the web. However am I missing a trick ?

    Heath
    It doesn't need to be defragged The file system can take all those changes just fine.
    Last edited by addiarmadar; 02/27/2012 at 11:03 AM.
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    The beauty of not using NTFS... Any file system worth it's salt shouldn't fragment the drive. It is only the ancient NTFS that trashes the drive this way. Ext3 is a decent, fast filesystem while not offering journaling, still quite good for file handling. No need to worry about cleaning up after it.

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