Is buying a disk defragging program worth the money?
Posted on 2011-09-28
I've had my PC for over 4 years running XP and my pc diagnostics STILL say that I do NOT need to defrag my drive. but I hear it churning and churning and churning. And my pc is getting slower and slower and slower. NO, it's not my temp files which I regularly delete. NO, it's not my registry which I also clean regularly.
I can't help but think that it would speed things up. Should I purchase one?
One more question: In early versions of Norton I was able to specify which files were placed closest to the drives VTOC/FAT/whatever they're calling it now. Do current programs still provide this functionality?