Can your defragmenter handles this?

Everytime when you do a lot of write and delete files onto your hard drive, your hard drive will become defragmented. Sometimes it can become too worst even your defragmenter don’t want to defrag it.

How about this hard drive? Do you think the defragmenter will be able to defrag it?


In my opinion, I am not sure whether the picture is true or not because everything can be edited by using any image editing tool like Photoshop. Even Paintbrush can be used to make an image like that. One of my friends was once designed UTM logo by using Paintbrush. I totally impressed with him and I called him, Master of Paint. Hahaha…

But if there is exist a hard drive which has this kind of bad structure, I think it is the right time to defrag the hard drive. Better do it now before it is too late.


  1. Leave that to JkDefrag! 😀

  2. I use ultimate defragmenter..
    dont use windows defragmenter lah..there are a lot of other defragmenter which is far better than that.. 🙂

  3. I use Diskeeper to keep my hard disk healthy. So far, I am happy with it. 🙂

  4. Wow… so much red! Just format la. 🙂

  5. My style: leave it to Auslogics Disk Defrag!

  6. burmese says:

    Wow, that looks like its totally crapped! My drives are in great condition, and i dont do a thing, Diskeeper does the defragging in the background automatically. Worth the money, very nice program.

  7. Agree with you burmese. Diskeeper keeps us away from doing the job. They can handle the mess. 🙂

  8. Hahaha if that screenshot is for real then that drive looks like it’s beyond salvage, only a reinstall will help. That’s what happens when you neglect disk maintenance and fragmentation takes root in your drive. Fragmentation begets fragmentation of newer files, so its important to nip this disease in the bud before it ‘spreads’.

    I bet, if that user had installed an automatic defragmenter, it would have nevercome to this. In fact, an automatic defragmenter tackles fragmentation as it rises, so drives don’t stay fragmented (and that too just a little, if at all) for very long after the initial defrag.

  9. They sow the wind and reap the whirlwind.