Defragmenting your hard drives probably sounds about as fun as flossing your teeth. But defragmenting just as important to the long-term health and daily performance of your systems as flossing is to keeping clean, healthy teeth in your mouth.
Still, it's not fun.
In the November issue of TechNet Magazine, Wes Miller gives a brief history of defragging, then explains why defragmenting is so important and what tools you can use to get the job done.
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