How to Defragment and Optimize Drive in Windows 10
If your hard drive is working very slow he what you have to do? what is the cause of hard drive working very slow? So in Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7, have included the build-in feature which is known as defragmenting tools. If you have been used for a long time and didn’t do defragmentation, you might notice that you hard working very slow.
That means it is time to defrag your hard drive. Memory management is probably is great issue now a day for all digital devices. The fragment is the process of storing data. When we save the file in our computer windows save it as little bits of files and information and scattered all over the drive. Whenever you delete that file, those fragments become useless and they still occupied you drive space.
This feature is very helpful to optimize your hard drive it detects the type of storage and handles the defragmentation files automatically. And give you free space which was become useless during deleting small files
So, in this post, I will show you windows method how to defragment and optimize your drive in windows 10.
Note: Before we began, I want to give you advice that you should ensure you defrag your hard drive and not a solid-state drive (SSD).
How to Defragment and Optimize Drives in Windows 10
Just follow these steps to Defragment and optimize your drive in windows 10.
Step 1 Open your Windows Search and type “defrag” then click on the System And Security.
Step 2 Select the drive and then click on the Analyze button. It will tell that which is the drive is needed to optimize.
Step 3 Highlight that drive and than click on the Optimize button.
Step 4 When you click Optimize button the process of defragmentation will be start it take some time to complete it when this process complete click on the close button.
That all by this method, you can easily defragment and optimize your drive easily. Moreover, you can also use third-party tools to optimize the drive.
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