I want to split my hard disk between Win95 and Redhat
Linux. The only defragmentation program that I have
is what comes with Win95 and it does not seem to
move all the hidden files. Win95 tells me that I have
950M available on my hard disk and that the disk is 0% fragmented (because I just ran the defragmenter).
But, fips will only give me 350M in a new partition.
The fips document suggests using dir /a:h /s and
dir /a:s /s but "dir /a:h /s" generates a huge list
of files and I can't figure out how to delete them
either. (del does not find them somehow.)
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