SATA Drives

  phil46 21:36 18 Dec 05

Are SATA drives better at keeping your files in order? I ask this because ever since i've had my new computer i never have to defrag as i did with my older computer i had to defrag that at least once a week.

  LastChip 21:50 18 Dec 05

There shouldn't be any difference.

The main differences are SATA is faster and the interface is different, but ultimately, it's still just a disc for storing data. Windows or any other operating system you are using, determins how the data is stored.

  ICF 21:51 18 Dec 05

How did you know that you needed to defragg? What tells you now you don't?

  phil46 00:16 19 Dec 05

When i do a scan via NSW,This could have just have been NSW i suppose but my old computer always worked faster.

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