Hi, I’m Robert and today I’m going to show
you how to defrag a computer. Windows XP is a trademark of Microsoft and I am not in anyway
affiliated with Microsoft. To defrag a computer, go to start, my computer, right click on my
computer. Go to manage. Under storage, there’s a disk defragmenter selection. Click on that
and you’ll get this menu. First thing you want to do is to analyze your hard drive.
In this case, it will be your C drive. Click analyze and what it does is it will show you
the state of your hard drive if you need defragmenting or not and as you see, it is completed and
for this particular case, my drive is fairly new so I do not need defragmenting on this
drive but if it does, it will tell you that you need it. For all tends of purposes, let’s
just do a defrag and just to show you what will happen in the background. It takes awhile for Windows XP depending on
how much you have on your hard drive. It could take from an hour or two. Two hours to do
a defrag. When defragmenting is completed, it will show you in a screen that the process
is complete and in that point in time what I suggest is reboot your computer just to
clear all the cash out and you good to go.