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  1. 1. I first Delete Restore Points/Cleanup cookies, then clean (Av likes me to scan twice?- 2nd scan Much faster!?). 2. Then scan Registry Twice, and fix All. I then go back to main startup page, and X out, and Reboot twice -My question, as I don't get long/cleaning reboot until After a cold startup, 4 Reboots, open IE11 (4 Times). shutdown. - I must be doing something wrong?- Should I X out After Registry cleaning, or what?
  2. When cleaning cookies- I Ticked "Do not ask again". Cleaned OK, but not the next time I ran it! How do I restore the Ask prompt?
  3. When I first installed CC 504- I remember seeing a "Scan for SSD..." setting (somewhere?), and didn't tick it - I had a HDD, and copied it to a Fast SSD- I couldn't find the CC SSD setting...? So I reinstalled CC from the original download, and still couldn't find it? How do I get the SSD option back, and what does it do different (I don't Safe delete)?
  4. This didn't work out for me as I was Very Confused trying to figure out Ultradefrag's umpteen Boot Script Options (more confusing than JKdefrag...)? I was trying to figure out how to defrag Just the MFT, but it appears that I'd have to boot defrag the whole drive? Any help would be appreciated!?
  5. Re: Ultradefrag (Thanks!)- I didn't like Ultradefrag as a full defrag (really slowed system), but I'll try running just the MFT part...? Re: DF include MFT defrag? DF would probably have to make MFT defrag an separate option... from Boot defrag everytime (I love this performance option!), as MFT can take awhile, whereas Boot everytime is about 1sec. BTW! DF v2.10.424 is working Good (un-like v.413 for me)! No leftovers at end of HD, that have to be manually defraged... (like .391). No problem with 1sec fast boot defrag everytime (Love this performance setting!). No need for
  6. Is There anyway to defrag the MFT?- Even by another program... (I replaced Win defrag as default, with DF) Boot Time Defrag Boot-Time Defrag – defrags the system disk during the boot time, before the whole operating system is loaded. This allows Defraggler to defrag the files which are blocked after the operating system is loaded. At the moment following files are defragmented during the boot time defrag: C:\pagefile.sys C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\AppEvent.Evt C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\default C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\SAM C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\SecEvent.Evt C:\WINDOWS\sys
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