Re: vista auto-defrag
"gimp" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> i'm new to vista, but have just installed vista ultimate 64-bit SP1. its
> defragging by itself, which is really &W)$%ing me off. i've told it
> not to run defrag on a scehdule but its doing it anyway...? it seems to
> 'analize the disk' whenever i get updates from windows update as well....
> i'm not sure why microsoft enabled scheduled defrags for ultimate, as no
> professional user that required sustained hdd performance would ever want
> its a dell XPS M1530 notebook which is awesome but basically useless
> 'cause it won't stop defragging.
If you've turned off Vista's scheduled defrag, then Vista isn't
defragging -- full stop. As a "professional user", I'm sure you've already
confirmed this for yourself, but Vista runs many maintenance tasks in the
background -- indexing, prioritizing the boot- load process, tuning the
memeory utilization, etc. Over time, as the system is stabilized, much of
this activity dies down. Meanwhile, just forget about it and get on with
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