Run Disk Defragmenter has released more than 30 GB of free space!

I'm not used to run Disk Defragmenter Windows very often, but in recent weeks I have been through the very large import of my cd collection process on iTunes. My 'C' drive has a capacity of 222GB and I was at 9.68 GB of free space. I ran WDD but after 18 hours, he had still not finished! So I decided to cancel defragmentation, and after checking my 'C' drive, I found to my great astonishment that I now had 42.8 GB of free space! Then, I downloaded the DiskDefrag Auslogics free and running. She performed in a few minutes and showed the Windows defragmentation had done most of the work but for some reason any had not finished. Anyone know why?

I have decided to disabled Windows Defrag and will use in the future, the Auslogics version he gives information about the status of the defragmentation and seems to be much more effective and faster.

However, I am very surprised by the amount of free space that freed the defragmentation process. I searched on various forums of pc and other posters have said the complete opposite to my own experience. The common consensus seems to be that defraging reduces the amount of free space on a drive rather than increase it!

There also seems to be a difference of opinion on the amount of free space should be left on a hard drive to allow the computer to function effectively. I was a little more than 4% before I defragmented but I saw messages advising that we should let betweeen 10% and up to 50% (which seems to me to be silly!)

I would be grateful for any help anyone can give me, in particular, why the defragmentation released (in my case) as much free space.

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A common mistake in logic. You assume that two things are related, because they are close in time.

Defrag does not change the amount of disk space. It only increases or decreases the free space or used.

Windows defragmentation runs every three days and optimizes the program and load the system boot. This is not controllable. It is also not a defragmentation of data file.

Using another Defragmenter will fight with Windows.

NTFS (and FAT32) resist fragmentation. Most fragmented files are log files and will fragment 1 second after defragmentation.

Windows only writes files where there are a lot of space to write prevention of fragmentation. Do not fragment the files that do not change. Disk cache makes the fragmentation irrelevent.

Any recommendation on the free space are based on the best estimate on the way an average person uses a computer. Lack of free space does not work computer until it has zero. However, most people like to save their work and some Windows watchdog is going spastic, just before that you can't do anything.

As to why you have noticed a change in the use of the disc.

1. system restore - this could be it.

2 disk Cleanup - it will take place in itself is space is extremely low

3 log files are created, deleted, written, etc.

4. Windows automatically repairs physical disk errors. If defrag was having problems, you can check there is no car repair files.

It's a way see what may have disk operations occurred.

Start - All Programs - Accessories - right on command prompt and choose run as administrator. Type (or copy and paste by clicking in the command prompt window and choose Paste).
 
change c:\bootex.log
 
What is this file exist with something in it?
 
The following commands query the event logs.
 
To start verification by using the name of the source for any version of Windows (because it varies).
 
WMIC /append:"%userprofile%\desktop\DiskEvents.html" PATH Win32_NTLogEvent where (sourcename = "Autocheck" or sourcename = 'Winlogon' or sourcename = "WinInit") get format:HForm
 
To run chkdsk in Windows.
 
WMIC /append:"%userprofile%\desktop\DiskEvents.html" PATH Win32_NTLogEvent where (sourcename = "Chkdsk") to / format: HForm
 
For warnings about disk problems detected during normal operations and automatic repairs by Windows at the time where the problems were discovered.
 

WMIC /append:"%userprofile%\desktop\DiskEvents.html" PATH Win32_NTLogEvent where (sourcename = "NTFS" or Sourcename = 'Disc') to / format: HForm
 
Then to view the created file.
 
Start "" "% userprofile%\desktop\DiskEvents.html"
 
 

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    This does not mean that a disk check is scheduled to run, and you can't cancel what needs to happen in this case because this isn't the problem.

    Also the dirty bit is not set on a volume, you can still run a disk defrag with a record of date of arrival in the meantime (try).

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    If the starting XP detects that the volume is dirty, it will be automatically run the check disk with error correction (chkdsk/r) and try to fix the problems detected.

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