Categories Windows 7, Windows Vista

Disable planned defragmentation execution in Windows Vista or 7


By default, the operating system is set to perform a defragmentation every Wednesday at 1 o'clock in the morning. However, unless you let your PC turn on night and day, it is of no interest. In addition, if you perform regular defragmentation yourself or use alternative software, then this function is doubly useless. Now let’s see how to turn it off.

Open the start Menu then enter Disc defragmenter. Validate by pressing the key Entry.

Once the defragmentation module is launched, all you have to do is uncheck the box. Planned delivery (recommended).

Capture d'écran - Défragmenteur de disque, exécution planifiée
Screenshot of screen — Disk defragmenter, scheduled execution

Validate all by clicking on OK.

Here’s a trick that will always optimise your system a little more! It’s always one less planned task when you think about it...

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