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Willy2

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Suggestion:

Currently Defraggler is able to defragment the pagefile (pagefile.sys). I would like to see that a new version of the program is aslo able to defragment other systemfiles like hiberfil.sys. I know that Windows 10 also has one or 2 additional (large) systemfiles (like pagefile.sys). Then these should also be defragmented by Defraggler.

System setup: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gcNzIPEjEb0B2khOOBVCHPc

 

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Here an example of a fragmented file called  "hiberfil.sys". See the picture attached. I am sure that there are more (fragmented) system files that can be defragmented upon start up by Defraggler.

 

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System setup: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gcNzIPEjEb0B2khOOBVCHPc

 

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- Another suggestion for the next version of DF:

The user is able to decrease & increase the size of the drive map in DF (between the 2 red lines in the picture below). One way to do that is to place the mouse cursor on the black line in the GUI (see the picture below) of DF and drag that line higher or lower with the computer mouse.

However, the black line doesn't show up in the GUI of DF. I drew that line in the picture. That means that the user has to make a guess where the mouse cursor must be placed. The user must make a guess what the "sensitive area" is where the standard mouse cursor changes into - what I would call - 2 connected arrow heads. (I tried to make a screenshot but to no avail)

Suggestion:

 Add that black line to the GUI of DF. Or add some other graphic line / colored area / graphic feature that makes it more clear to the user where the user must place the mouse cursor in order to increase/decrease the size of the file map.

 

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System setup: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gcNzIPEjEb0B2khOOBVCHPc

 

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5 hours ago, Willy2 said:

 Add that black line to the GUI of DF. Or add some other graphic line / colored area / graphic feature that makes it more clear to the user where the user must place the mouse cursor in order to increase/decrease the size of the file map.

yes from me :-)

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hi willy2

 

if i may... why is your c-drive so full? i mean with such a full os-drive with ssd it will increase the wear from the available, writeable free sectors and perhaps reduce the livespan...

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Es ist möglich, keine Fehler zu machen und dennoch zu verlieren. Das ist kein Zeichen von Schwäche. Das ist das Leben -> "Picard"

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On 08/01/2021 at 00:20, Willy2 said:

Here an example of a fragmented file called  "hiberfil.sys". See the picture attached. I am sure that there are more (fragmented) system files that can be defragmented upon start up by Defraggler.

perhaps your hiberfil.sys with 97 fragments of 6 Gb ... because your windows dont find enough space in one piece with this size?  your ssd is good full...

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Es ist möglich, keine Fehler zu machen und dennoch zu verlieren. Das ist kein Zeichen von Schwäche. Das ist das Leben -> "Picard"

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- It's a bit more complicated. When I turned on the Hibernation feature and the Operating System created "Hyberfil.sys" I also had A LOT OF files that were created by Windows' System Restore. But Defraggler isn't able to defragment "Hyberfil.sys". Otherwise this file wouldn't be fragmented at all of have had a (much) lower amount of fragments.

System setup: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gcNzIPEjEb0B2khOOBVCHPc

 

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- I my previous post I mentioned the words "Windows System Restore". That brings me to another suggestion: Defragment the files in the folder "c;\system volume information" upon start up as well. There are the files of the System Restore Points located. These files can't be moved by DF in Win 7 and newer. But perhaps it's possible to defragment those files upon start-up (like other important system files like pagefile.sys, hiberfil.sys, etc.).

System setup: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gcNzIPEjEb0B2khOOBVCHPc

 

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