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Re: Should I change my browser?

Post by J.R. » Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:24 pm

After you have been using your computer for some time, files get fragmented when stored on your Hard Disc.

I would suggest, clicking 'START'. then open 'ACCESSORIES', then open 'SYSTEM TOOLS', then open 'DISC FRAGMENTER', and follow the instructions on the drop down menu. It might take some time, but will give you more space and speed your system up.
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Re: Should I change my browser?

Post by LongGone » Tue Aug 09, 2011 6:49 pm

J.R. wrote:After you have been using your computer for some time, files get fragmented when stored on your Hard Disc.

I would suggest, clicking 'START'. then open 'ACCESSORIES', then open 'SYSTEM TOOLS', then open 'DISC FRAGMENTER', and follow the instructions on the drop down menu. It might take some time, but will give you more space and speed your system up.
Unless you have a Mac, then it defragments automatically for you.
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Re: Should I change my browser?

Post by J.R. » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:16 pm

LongGone wrote:
J.R. wrote:After you have been using your computer for some time, files get fragmented when stored on your Hard Disc.

I would suggest, clicking 'START'. then open 'ACCESSORIES', then open 'SYSTEM TOOLS', then open 'DISC FRAGMENTER', and follow the instructions on the drop down menu. It might take some time, but will give you more space and speed your system up.
Unless you have a Mac, then it defragments automatically for you.

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Re: Should I change my browser?

Post by sejintenej » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:19 am

LongGone wrote:
Unless you have a Mac, then it defragments automatically for you.
'avin erd abaht these fings oi gose up t'regent street and' shop there was no good - t' fings woodnt work and no elp frum starf. arl stoi wiv winders

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Re: Should I change my browser?

Post by LongGone » Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:00 pm

sejintenej wrote:
LongGone wrote:
Unless you have a Mac, then it defragments automatically for you.
'avin erd abaht these fings oi gose up t'regent street and' shop there was no good - t' fings woodnt work and no elp frum starf. arl stoi wiv winders
Yes: that sounds about right for you :o
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