Sooo, does something like a 'super' defragger exist? I'm trying to defrag my 200gb HD that's fragmented like you wouldn't believe. I'm posting of pic of what it looks like and then you can see the bar of what it looks like after it defragged......hardly any difference.
When I go to view report it's like 34% total fragmentation and 68% file fragmentation. The reason it won't change much because of defragging is because it says a crapload of files can't be moved. A lot of them are labeled as "System volume information/restore" which is being showed as the files that can't be moved as well as a bunch of video files that are what mainly occupy this drive.
A lot of times I'll go to delete a file and it'll delete, but then I'll still see the file there and if I try to delete it again it'll say it's in use. When I restart it'll be gone, but that's rather annoying to go through and I figure it's cause my drive is cluttered as crap.
Believe it or not, the image I'm showing, is after I've hit defrag like 4 or 5 times.
This is why I need to super EXTREME heavy duty defragger if such exists. Anyone know?