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  1. Yes, but usually if I recover something, it is from my USB stick or from a memory card. I don't think, that e.g. browsing the internet would affect the recover process. edit: I think that Recuva should either hinder the user completely to work or allow him to minimize the program. Look at Defraggler: I don't think that it is wise to work intensively with the C drive while defragmenting it, but you can minimize Defraggler without any problems and continue working. So why not with Recuva?
  2. Currently it's not possible to minimize the Recuva window as long the recover process is running. That's annoying if you want to continue working. You can bring the Desktop to front, but as soon as you open another program/window, Recuva comes to the foreground again. My suggestion: Adding a button "Send to background" (or something similiar) that minimizes Recuva. It would be good then if the progress (%) would be displayed in the taskbar.
  3. Microsoft Security Essentials I used AntiVir in the past, but it often caused problems and made my system real slow. The Microsoft thing may not be the best, but it is small, clear and FAST.
  4. Hi there! I'm just starting to use Defraggler. In my system there are two HDDs with a total of three partitions. When I'm running "Analyze" on all three partitions I have large areas marked violet. When I click on a violet block, I see that there is always a file in there called $BadClus:$Bad. If I would not know that the health of my hard disk drives is perfect (I have run several tools) I would really get nervous. I had never problems with the hard disks and Scandisk never reported problems. Can anybody tell me, how I can get rid of these $BadClus:$Bad blocks? I just cannot be
  5. Hi there! Is it normal that one needs multiple runs in order to get down the number of fragmented files to 0? When I run Defraggler the first time there were > 3.000 fragmented files on the hard disk. After the first run, about 350 files still were fragmented. The next run took it down to about 280 fragmented files. The next run to 180, and so on. Shouldn't Defraggler bring it down to zero with only one run? Or is this technically not possible? There is enough disk space available: about 40 GB used, 30 GB free. Greetings! RobinSword
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