No. Because.. More! If they can slip in another source of revenue, they will.
Not sure I'm interested in babysitting yet another subscription.
Because they are small, fast, cheap, and marketing pushes those qualities.
The high percentage rates can be true to the number IF you compare a badly organized & fragmented disk against a freshly optimized one.
Rather disappointing that algorithms determine who gets to show us what content.
They don't "want" these calls to go away entirely. 5.7 billion calls is a lot of money. And someone is making it.
IMHO returned results are fluffy, full of commerce and based on what other people search for in pop culture. In shorter words - mostly useless.
Yeh well I'm still using XP. And not likely to give it up even when Windows 11 comes out.
It would've been nice if they hadn't removed the "Highlight this file" from the left-click options when clicking on a filename in the cluster viewer.
But it does corrupt the decision-making process because too many people are too lazy to think for themselves.
I came this -=>||<=- close to buying into these. But felt custom and niche and smelled too much of a one-off.. So no. I see that I was right....
Probably replied to the thread to voice and opinion and warn others of the dastardly deeds the company does.
And like others, I wouldn't trust...
More obfuscation and over-simplification made for bloat-lovers of the world! And that user interface is uglifying itself right up there with metro.
One more question. Do programs like Acronis TI 2009 and onward capture and save ClusterTips? I would guess if doing a sector-by-sector image, then...
Ahh I think I got it. With SQL as an example it writes out in 64K segments. So you'd want a 64K cluster size. If there is a size mis-match between...
I understand that defrag operations work on a cluster level and ignore content. But, if a database file is rewritten in its entirety by the...
What if the file is defragged and all contiguous? Any tip would then be a result of the editing program not making a clean file. Right?
Keep the data. It's a working system. Just want to hit the slack space between end-of-file and the cluster boundary.
I should also add it's WinXP...
Does anyone know of a program that will wipe all cluster tips (for all existing files) on a drive?
Advertising is utterly deadly. It makes YOU believe you need to do things like smoking, overeating, and trusting your car to bail you out via...
Deservedly so! A user commented on the article:
"One thing I agree on, Avast took an efficient nice freeware, ccleaner and turned it into a giant...
Or think of it as massive overprovisioning.
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