Here is my question.
If someone asks me why we do not have to de-frag the hard drive in Linux; Could I say the following>
Windows does not necessarily return the "bits and pieces " to where they belong ,while Linux does "tidy-up"
its returned "bits-n-pieces ". Because ,it does not matter, how many times you reboot a Distro it seems to start up as speedily
as when the Distro was installed,but as you use MSWin, it tends to slowly get slower and slower.I have a friend that ,every time I use her Dell laptop ,i have to defrag,and clean the disk. The Irony of it is that her Son-in-law is an IT person,also her grandson is working in an IT job. I have tried to suggest to them Mint., but they do not want to dabble in Open Source or Linux.
The poor Schmoes.
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