How to Defragment Hard Disk Drive in Windows 10

Windows Disk Defragmentation

Over the time, you write and save different files on your computer system. Initially, your hard disk is programmed to save data on it sequentially by default. However, as you remove files from the hard disk by deleting them, the sequential arrangement of files get disturbed and certain gaps are created between different file locations. ... Read more

Defragment Boot Files on Windows 7

Apart from the usual file defragmentation on Windows 7, there is another undocumented function that rearranges boot files to grant faster access on them, resulting in shorter boot times. The usual boot options can be viewed by entering defrag -? into a command line window (this can be done in any command line window; to ... Read more