If that. Frequent defragging is only needed if you are critically low on free disk space. Lots of free disk space is essential for Windows to use a temporary storage, and to allow the Page File elbow room to operate in. And then defragging is only a temporary solution and the real solution is to free up space by uninstalling programs you no longer use, and/or by buying more disk space.With the NTFS file structure used on today's disks, defragging does very little and isn't needed more than twice a year.
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