To minimize hard disk performance
that is slow, Windows 10 has built-in tools to defrag all files
fragmented and helps your PC stay at maximum speed.
Over the years, improvements have been made
for the Windows drive optimization tool. Even defrag on Windows 10, accordingly
accurately detects storage types and handles file defragmentation in a manner
automatic, but that's not always optimal.
Signs of a hard drive need to be defragmented
is when you open an application / file / folder it feels really slow,
in this case a manual defrag might be needed. In this guide, we are
will show you the easy steps to defrag windows needed to maintain your computer
run more efficiently.
How to defrag in Windows 10
– In Search type Defragment and Optimize Drives and press Enter.
– and click Defragment and Optimize Drives
– Select the hard drive that you want to defrag and click Analyze
– Select Optimize to do the Defrag process
Note: You must click Analyze drive first to find out if the drive needs to be optimized. If the results show that less than 10% is fragmented, you may not need to optimize the drive.