By: Joey Cam
Tutorial / How-To
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Through the recurring installation, uninstallation of programs and the constant creation and deletion of files your Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 computer will begin to slow down. It will not happen overnight but it will happen. All programs, files and Windows itself gets written to and stored a “hard drive” which is one type of memory storage a computer has.
To combat hard drive fragmentation you must regularly “defragment” your hard drive via a defragger program. Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 have decent ones built-in but there are better independent programs out there. One of my favorites that does a better job than the standard Window defragger is a free program called, “JkDefrag” which is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7… all 32 and 64-bit versions. JkDefrag is one of the easiest programs I have ever used. To use it all you do is open it up and JkDefrag does everything for you, automatically.
If this is the first time you are, “defragging” your hard drive on your Windows XP or Vista computer it may take a while. Depending on the level of fragmentation and how fast or slow your PC is it might take several hours the first time around.
In the following JkDefrag video tutorial I will take you step-by-step and you will easily learn the following…
1. How-To Find the JkDefrag website and Download the Free program
2. How-To extract the JkDefrag file you downloaded from the website
3. How-To install JkDefrag 4. How-To Defragment your Windows XP or Vista computer using JkDefrag
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