the rest of the directions are on the following link.Disk Defragmenter
You can also automatically defragment your hard disk, although it doesn't need to be done as frequently as cleaning up your hard disk. Open Scheduled Tasks, and doubleclick Add Scheduled Tasks to start the Scheduled Task Wizard. When you get to the list of applications, click Browse, and navigate to windows\system32\defrag.exe, and click Open.
Hi Sharker,Sharker said:OK I just tried to use the Task Scheduler as Imidiot suggested. But it asks for a password. I have never set a password. Just turned on and used my computer. I tried leaving the password section blank but got an access denied error.
What should I do about this?
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