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  1. Yes, I have ticked both options: exclude both restore points and hybernation file. It doesn't seem to make a difference if I tick them or not.
  2. I tested: Defraggler is running fine when System Restore is disabled, no increase of used disk space. But I don't want to have System Restore disabled... Ain't it weird that it interferes with System Restore like this?
  3. I'm not ticking to move large files to the end of the drive. The problem is not that I lose system restore points, the problem is that is seems to blow up the size of the restore points. I will give it a go to test what happens if I disable System Restore and have all restore points deleted before I run Defraggler.
  4. Well, after all it turns out that Defraggler somehow does add files to my hard drive...??? I ticked all the reccomended settings: VSS, exclude restore point file and hybernation file. At start there is no huge restore point file, System Volume Information folder size is ignorable, according to TreeSize. While running Defraggler, used disk space is sizing up by 20 - 30 Gb. When finished the System Volume Information folder is 20-30Gb. This happens all the time. And I don't want to end up deleting last restore points every time I've degragmented my hard drive. (Cause I can't remove them any other way.) Can somebody explain what happens?
  5. No. No offence to Defraggler. Just wondered if the new version had some 'extra's' or smth like that. Turned out it had something to do with another programm I installed recently, after my last defragmentation. It created that huge system restore point! Thanks for helping out and learning some new tricks!!
  6. I'll do that. Just wondering why now all of a sudden they'd come up, while running newest version of Defraggler!??
  7. Thanks! I ran both. Weird: TreeSize reports 257,2 GB with a huge folder System Volume Information. It contains 185 files, together 98,9 GB. Names like: {710bf832-b3e2-11e1-b5cf-206a8a2014f1}{3808876b-c176-4e48-b7ae-04046e6cc752} to which acces is denied, probably system restore files? The 98,9 GB seems to count for the extra GBs I see in Defraggler and C disk properties. WinDirStat reports no obvious things, gives the original diskspace usage (158,4 GB). The folder System Volume Information is reported completely empty!
  8. Thanks for your response. Yes, I have tried that one, too. It dropped the % of fragmentation to a normal amount, so that's sort of solved. But I still have an almost doubled diskspace usage... How do I get rid of all the files that somehow seem to be added?
  9. Using Defraggler for over half a year now, without any problems. Yesterday I downloaded and installed Defraggler 2.10.413 and ran it on my laptop (Windows 7, 64 bit). At start 4% was fragmented, 27% of used diskspace. After I ran Defraggler (which took a-g-e-s) 22% was fragmented with 37% of used diskspace! So I read around this forum and changed settings as pointed out here: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=35459 And then I ran Defraggler again, which took a great part of the night. Well, after that, fragmentation is 27% and used diskspace is 46%!!! On top of that the reboot proces is really time consuming since I installed and ran Defraggler... What is going on?
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