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Old 3rd December 2007, 02:53   #1
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Default File Systems - Which Need Defragmenting?

So, I was curious about, of all things, file systems. I am aware this is very nerdy of me, but since I got the Mac I was curious if I had to worry about such things as defragmentation. Windows users know that you need to defrag your hard drive every so often in order to []

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