Defragmentation Cards

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When a disc is written to an re-written to several times, files may not be stored as efficiently as they might be.
Files can be split and spread across a disc.
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Access time is greatly increased.
Files may also become damaged/corrupted.
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Defragmentation moves files segments, physically from one disc location to another
This can help to minimise gaps to ensure as many files as possible are stored in one location
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Access time is reduced
Disc access speed is much faster
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Card 2

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Access time is greatly increased.

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Files may also become damaged/corrupted.

Card 3

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Card 4

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Defragmentation moves files segments, physically from one disc location to another

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Card 5

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Access time is reduced

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