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Do I need to Defrag?


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i just deleted 136 gbz off my computer do i need to defrag my mac?

and how do I if I need to?
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Short answer, no. More details in the link below:

About disk optimization with Mac OS X

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Just a quick search reveals this:
Defrag?
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Thanks everyone =)
and now I know. =)
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Yep- No problem
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