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Defragmented system files

Hello!
I am using Inspiron 9300 Laptop, with 60Gb HDD, 1Gb Ram. I am using diskkeeper defragmentor. Although I have 20Gb free, it shows the system files in a highly defrgamented state. Is there a way to reduce this?
Thanks in advance.
Raj

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Try more free space but a recent discussion found...

That it was an annoyance to those that looked at it and not any measurable speed loss.

Bob

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hmm..

Thanks for your reply, Bob.
I am not sure if it is possible to increase free space beyond 20Gbs.
Raj

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For me I can since I could move something big to an external

Then run the defrag on boot option.

But I no longer bother since it's only an annoyance and no gain.

Bob

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hmmm

well in that case maybe I will leave it alone.
thanks.
Raj

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