It sounds a bit rude, doesn’t it? And my apologies if you have landed on this page expecting some information about how to defrag your computer. It isn’t here; but tarry a while because what I am about to say might be of use…
Why Do You Defrag?
I have no idea. I only know that if I do it from time to time it makes my PC work better than if I forget to do it for some time. It’s a sensible piece of maintenance to keep my computer working well and allowing me to do what I want to do. So I do it.
I also know that when my pc crashes it sometimes needs a reboot, or in technical parlance, switching off for a minute. Then miraculously when I switch it on again the gremlin has usually gone.
Life Imitates PC…
Or possibly the other way round, it matters not. There are some things you need to do as a human being to keep yourself from slowing down; you know what they are. And you know that you need to do them. Are you?
And sometimes we literally just grind to a halt, and then nothing but a full reboot will work. Switch off for a while, take a break and return refreshed. That’s what holidays are for yet in our technological world that gets harder than ever. You have to make a very concerted effort to genuinely switch off, leave the phone in a drawer, turn off the internet, bid adieu to Tweeting, and give yourself a reboot. You’ll work all the better for it!
What’s your favourite way of defragging?
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Posted on May 6th, 2012 by Jane