Synonyms for defragments or Related words with defragments

defragmenting              defragment              defragmented              defragmenter              destages              deduplicates              deallocates              defragging              reallocates              defrag              repartitions              unmounts              preallocating              preallocate              evicts              andcopy              preallocates              andcopying              pagefile              deduped              andfreeing              initramfs              preallocated              unmaps              dedup              rsegs              ubifs              snapshotting              declustered              defragmentation              pagefiles              reclaims              andunmapping              andcaching              andoverwriting              sortin              zmdt              filewise              qcow              andoptimizes              qtrees              snapshotted              snapclone              unmapping              driveicintegrated              andmigrating              hfiles              ndmp              premigrated              hiberfile             



Examples of "defragments"
The HFS Plus file system transparently defragments files that are less than 20 MiB in size and are broken into 8 or more fragments, when the file is being opened.
JkDefrag runs on the Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista Operating Systems, and defragments both FAT and NTFS filesystems. It uses the standard Windows defragmentation API. User support was provided through web-based forums.
The leveling / experience point is represented as software versioning, and skills are subroutines Jet must earn. Depending on the environment, the player can only arm himself with a given amount that fits in the available memory. If attacked by viruses, subroutines can get fragmented or infected, and cannot be used before Jet defragments or disinfects them. If Jet encounters a program unknown to him, he can port it to his own system. Communication between programs is done via I/O ports.
PerfectDisk has editions designed for most user categories, from home PCs to large servers and virtualization-aware editions for virtual environments. In addition to defragmenting files, it also optimizes disk drives with an optimization strategy called "SMARTPlacement" and it prevents fragmentation with the "OptiWrite" feature. PerfectDisk defragments data and system files and places a high priority on free space consolidation. "SSD Optimize" is an optimization method for solid state drives that focuses on free space consolidation without defragmentation of files.
The Norton System Insight is part of Performance monitoring system, found in Norton 2010–2012 lines. It monitors and displays information about downloaded files, installed applications, scans and detected security risks. It also shows the number of performance alerts. In addition, it represents the CPU and memory usage for 30 days in a graphical way, which should be easier for understanding and provides links to Norton Insight, Startup Manager and "Optimize" button, which defragments the system drive. System Insight can be launched with a click on the "Performance" link.
When reading data from a conventional electromechanical hard disk drive, the disk controller must first position the head, relatively slowly, to the track where a given fragment resides, and then wait while the disk platter rotates until the fragment reaches the head. A solid-state drive (SSD) is based on flash memory with no moving parts, so random access of a file fragment on flash memory does not suffer this delay, making defragmentation to optimize access speed unnecessary. Furthermore, since flash memory can be written to only a limited number of times before it fails, defragmentation is actually detrimental (except in the mitigation of catastrophic failure). However, Windows still defragments a SSD automatically (albeit less vigorously) to prevent file system from reaching its maximum fragmentation tolerance. Once the maximum fragmentation limit is reached, subsequent attempts to write to disk fail.
Rodríguez's "and a body to remember with", a collection of short stories, has been described as an exploration of "how hard it can be to re-root oneself" during exile. The Spanish version of the book is entitled "De cuerpo entero" and was, like the English version, also published in 1997, though the works are subtly different; as Rodríguez seeks to evoke feelings in the reader that are relevant to each culture. This text explores life in exile, and how "forgetting [a tragic event] is not an option". It delves into the difficulties an immigrant or displaced person experiences, whether they affect the person directly or indirectly. Rodríguez's book, in both languages, focuses on the experiences of migration and immigration of women, making sure to assess the physical and emotional adjustments that must be made, adding another woman's perspective and experience to the book through each narrative. The book's main characters are all women, and with each story Rodríguez's use of the body, "the fullness of the body, its terrible fragmentation, or the body as a void" is used to express the experiences of the characters. Rodríguez often purposely defragments the voices and bodies of her protagonists to give a sense of urgency.