Is there something I could put onto Linux LiveCD and run that will defragment entire harddrive?
I know there's a lot of softwares that do that, but it results in something like:
Fragmentation before: 25%
Fragmentation after: 24.5%
Might there be an application, that I could run on Linux LiveCD and tell it to absolutely defragment harddrive, so that fragmentation rate moves from 25% to for example 15% or 5%, or the best, 0.0002%? (I know certain files can't be moved, Windows goes crazy).
Something that will take 4 days to fully and "cleanly" defragment that small 80GB (75GB) HDD.
I need to defragment NTFS partition with Windows on it. For my ADHD's sake.
Edited 1 Year Ago by Aeonix