Today I run AD-Aware SE and found 30 Trojans and dialers as I removed. Then I run Disc cleaning and remove a lot of unnecessary files.
Next step was when I run Defrag on the hard disc 3 times. Windows says I not need to defrag but I refuse to listen to this message. Defrag went very fast because there was no large files to defrag.
When locking on the Defrag windows I noticed following:
First was an amount of files as was defragged (blue colour). Besides files as not could be moved (green) following of a large empty area. Next is a large amount of files (blue) following of a bigger empty area and last a small amount of files as lies last on the disc.
I think it seems a little strange. Why not all files within the last one isn’t near each other. Instead there is a large empty space. Is that normal?
The hard disc has an area of 80 GB but shows 76.3 GB I guess Windows holds a large amount of the area and other files as is necessary for Windows itself and Recovery files. I know Windows have an own partition but the disc chows only one.
Used space is 9.4 GB
Free space is 66.9 GB
After defrag I ran Panda antivirus for search “whole this computer”. 2 805.675 files was searched and 17 viruses/Trojans was founded and all of them were eliminated. The last virus/Trojan as was founded was Coockie/Tradedoubler.
Now I will do the same on my AMD Athlon 1001 GHz. But this will take some times compared with the AMD Athlon 64.