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Upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7 will be much easier if you install to a defragmented hard drive. Defragmenting ...
means pulling your data that's scattered across the physical drive into a logical and clean structure. Take the time to defragment your drive and your upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7 will be a smooth and simple process.
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Hi, this is Mike Callahan, “Dr. File Finder” and welcome back to Butterscotch.com special series on Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7.
In this segment we’re going to look at defragmenting your drive prior to upgrading. We’re almost there, backed up, we’ve cleaned up and now we’re going to defragment. And before you upgrade and put a new operating system on your drive, you want to make sure that your drive is completely defragmented.
Now you can use the built-in defragmenting tool that comes with the Vista. You can get to that by clicking on start, all programs, accessories, system tools and then click on Disk Defragmenter and you can defragment it like that. If you prefer not to use that, there are several good options available or you can download.
One is TuneUp Utilities does a wonderful job of defragmenting your drive, Diskeeper also really good and DiskRescue from Uniblue. So all three of these are very good and you can also use the one that comes right with Windows Vista.
Once you defragmented your drive fully, we’re going to be ready to start our install of the update to Windows 7. Keep in mind that this is the multiple part series. Be sure to watch all of the parts.