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"Lakesidezx" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:38C31777-8405-47A5-A4B8-F00A65CE1525@microsoft.com...
With XP I always avoided having defrag run when I was on the computer because it noticibly slowed down operations on my computer which rather annoyed me, so i usually just avoided defraging until I absolutely had to. Why? Is vistas defrag any lighter on impact to the end user when it's running?
"mikeyhsd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:%23QKiemlRHHA.4896@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
why not just change the schedule to a time when you are usually using your computer. email@example.com
"Lakesidezx" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:B90E7ECA-E49E-47CF-ABF0-E30149C7E32F@microsoft.com...
Im curious if this is possible.
It seems that I can modify the schedule for when defrag happens in Vista and
it's default settings on my computer is something like Wednesday at 1am but
I don't leave my computer on 24 hours a day and by 1am Im usually asleep.
So does Vista wake up my computer when it's off on wednesdays at 1am, defrag
everything, then shut it back down again?
I believe that in my bios I can tell the computer to start up at a certain
time which would be half of the situation by telling it to wake up at
12:50am on wendsday but is there a way to tell vistas defrag to shut the
computer down after it's defragged everything?