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  1. Was wondering whether the folks @ Piraform will be providing a version of Ccleaner for MS Surface RT & Surface 2s in the near future through the MS Store?
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    Thanks for the reply Epost, but as I mentioned, I've tried ALL variations of defragging to see if I could removed those empty blue blocks ... with no luck. They still show up. I'll try the live care option and see if that helps.
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    Hi guys, Resurrecting an old thread here as it applies to my new inquiry. In doing recent defrags, I've noticed that some single blocks are showing up after doing ANY defrag option, which have no data or files in them. These "no file" flocks are impeding the defrag on larger files like my archive.pst file, which is 480 Megs large and I have since removed that, and other data files which I'm trying to move to the end of the hard drive. Long story short, I can not combine the pagefile.sys file or any of the other larger files (since removed), because of these blocks with no files listed in them. Here's a JPG to show you what I'm talking about. Any idea on how to remove these single emply blocks on the HD? I also have another question, or maybe a suggestion. Why is it not possible to do a sort on the file lists, ie: file name, # of defragged bits of the file, or the size of the respective files ... during a defrag, and if this is not possible, when I pause the program? It's something I'd like to do. TIA for any info you can provide on either subject. Regards, Bob
  4. Thanks for the reply and the welcome Davey. Yea, I've read that thread via your link. I like the product a lot, but I'm a bit curious why an FAQ (based on what the predicted questions would be) outlining all the features wasn't included when the product was released. Anyhoo, thanks again ... Bob
  5. After doing a standard defrag, and selecting all files, all my files do defrag, save for pagefile.sys, which was covered in my prior thread. I tried defragging the freespace (not allowing defragmention) and quite a number of files became fragged. Not only that, but there were quite a few files which remained at the end of the hard drive. Did the standard defrag, which then all files, save for filepage.sys, were defragged. So, any reason why defragging freespace fragged files? (Try saying that five times fast ) TIA for any replies. Bob
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    Thanks for the welcome and the info Kenny. I downloaded the program, ran it once and now it's just two big pieces instead of three. I may try to do it again, but while doing it, I thought to myself, why the hell am I messing around with the most important file on my system ... when the system has been running well ... LOL. I have noticed another issue with Defraggler, but I will post that up in a new thread. Thanks again.
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    Been using Defraggler since it first came out and like the program a lot. No problems with the program at all. In all the different options to defrag, I have one file that won't defrag, pagefile.sys, and I'm guessing that since it's always open while the computer is open, it's not going to defrag. In my computer, it's in three separate chunks, and 759,808K large. Question is, is there any way to move the file to the end via the large files option and to defrag it to put it back together? TIA for any replies.
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