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  1. On mine, I usually disable shell extension & caching analysis data (so it will always start anew). Do you also exclude large files in Auslogics before a defrag? If not, wonder if you can re-try Defraggler without them excluded to see if it speeds up or not? Perhaps export your defraggler.ini file & add it back after trying?
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    There are other notepads which may be simpler than notepad++, but I do like the tabs in notepad. Definitely makes multi-tasking simpler.
  3. What surprised me, was to find not only that people's profile pics disappeared after the last Piriform outtage, but also the picture attachments on posts. I am guessing all the older posts were affected, too. How interesting!
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    After all these updates, next one's bound to be bug free. And perfect.
  5. For most people. Not to say it don't/can't have bugs. Just the other day, was using Defraggler 2.11 on an XP machine & it kept having an error on defrag. Not sure at the moment what the error was. Don't have a problem on my machine, or most machines I use. But you find the occasional one that throws it for a loop. For whatever reason.
  6. Or, it could be a bug. However, have you tried checking the options to disable VSS, & ignore restore/hibernation in options? Does it still run slow if you do that?
  7. Yes, Dennis, I do have to agree that most of your posts are longer. Much longer! If it is less than 10 pages long, I consider it a short post,
  8. Best laugh I had all day! So many tabs, so little time...
  9. Not sure. U have not provided enough information. - CPU speed - RAM (Total ram (not virtual ram either) + amount of free RAM) - HDD size + free space available - 32 or 64 Bit OS, & version of it - Version of Defraggler used - Amount of time (average) between the defrags - Number of processes loading on startup - If your system fans are clogged with dust (heat build up causes slow downs)
  10. Hmmmm.... I believe FF also has sync... Orange FF button/Setup sync. Tell me more. What are your PC specs (CPU/GPU/RAM/HDD size) as well as your OS? Also, what version of FF are you using?
  11. I don't forget that. Which is WHY I partition. To preserve the life of the drive. Question. Which will shorten a drive's life faster? All games/music/pics secluded on a secondary partition, or scanning them ALL every time you check for viruses?
  12. Even though SSD drives may not need defraggling, I still do it for the following reasons: - Data Separation -> You still need to periodically scan for malware/viruses, so why scan ALL of your data? Save time & wear. Just scan system files, please!!! - Data Preservation -> If the system partition goes down, you can format/re-install Windows & be back up. No files lost, as they're on the other partition. - Easier -> Do you really like all your music to be on your system partition? D:\Music, D:\Games, D:\Pictures etc. is SOOO much easier than C:\Users\etc....
  13. Seems fine on my system. If it's caused by using IP4, you can easily install IP6 in internet options on XP. 7 comes with it already installed. If it's due to using a new Firefox with an old profile, see my post that Andavari has kindly linked to. Edit: When I updated from 14 to 15 of FF, it started taking 30 seconds to a minute to load pages (instead of 8 or 10 seconds). Sometimes longer. After completely deleting the old FF profile folder, then letting the new version create a brand new profile, it dropped to 3 seconds to load a page. I have a feeling that you have upgraded consecut
  14. I don't let Firefox self update, in case they slip up on me & ... They haven't so far, but u never know!!!
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