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Re: [vox-tech] Defrag of Shared drive
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Re: [vox-tech] Defrag of Shared drive

On Friday 24 February 2006 01:48, Alex Mandel wrote:
> Ok, so I've gotten used to the idea that my native Ext3 partition
> doesn't need regular defrag, but what about my shared Fat32 on my
> dual boot with WinXP.
> Everytime I boot into windows if I've been messing with my Files on
> my 100GB shared partition where I keep photography, music etc.
> windows needs a defrag. Now I use linux at a higher % and when I go
> to windows its really for a few select high processing apps that
> would be a pain to run in Wine(Although that for other reasons) and I
> haven't tried VMware (on the Todo list) so I would prefer to defrag
> while in linux as to not waste my windows time.
> Any suggestions for tools or apps I should use.
> Alex

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