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    Jan 07, 2007
    Ibook help - Defragmenting?
    How do I defragment my ibook? I don't know how so any advice would be greatly appriciated.

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    Jan 04, 2006
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    If you have an "iBook" running OS X, it is not necessary to defragment the HDD. The OS X has the ability to do it by itself unless you are working with files taking few GBs of disk space. If you are not convinced enough try this.

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    Feb 02, 2004
    There is no need to defragment your HD in OS X, nor will you experience any great benefit if you purchase a third-party app to do it for you.

    About disk optimization with OS X
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    thank you very much you guys rock!

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