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Chapter 15. Maintaining Your Windows Vis... > Defragmenting from the Command Line

Defragmenting from the Command Line

If you want to schedule a defragment or perform this chore from a batch file, you have to use the DEFRAG command-line utility. (You need an Administrator command line to run DEFRAG. Select Start, All Programs, Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as Administrator.) Here’s the syntax:

DEFRAG volume [-c] [-a] [-f] [-v]


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