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How to Disable / Enable Auto Defragmentation at Start up & Boot time

 Do you defragment your hard drive for faster computer performances? You may not know this yet but in window vista and window 7 you dont have to do that because it is in system default that your computer will do a automatic hard drive defragmentation on computer start up and boot time. It is one of the best features in window vista and window 7 to prevent files fragmentation that cause slowdown on hard drive’s performances and maintain your computer speed at its top. The Automatic Defragmentation is very useful but despite of that, some user want the automatic defragmentation to be disable / turn off because it cause system slowdown for those who have a low system components and cant wait for the defragmentation process to finish. Or just want to do the hard drive defragmentation manually. But in some cases, others window 7 and window vista dont have the automatic hard drive defragmentation enable. Well I have the solution wether you want the automatic defragmentation to be disable or enable.

Well, I will teach you how to enable / disable automatic hard drive defragmentation in window vista and window 7. To disable it just follow these steps.

First click “Start” orb then type in “regedit” and press on it.

The Registry Editor opens in a new Window. Click the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” then “SOFTWARE” then “Microsoft” then “Dfrg” and click the “BootOptimizeFunction” folder.

Now look at the right side of your registry editor. In here the tutorial will be divided into two. The first one is how to disable automatic defragmentation and the second is how to enable automatic defragmentation.


How to Disable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time

Right-click on the “Enable” and click edit. In the Value data box type, “N” then click OK.
Then Right-click on the keyword “Optimizecomplete” and click edit.
In the Value Data box, change “Yes” to “No”. Confirm by clicking OK. So the automatic hard disk defragmentation will be disable.

How to Disable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time
How to Disable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time


How to Enable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time

Check and see if “Enable” is already there, right click on it then click “modify” Double click on Enable. This will bring up Value Data box. Put in “Y” to enable automatic disk defragmentation.

How to Enable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time
How to Enable Automatic Defragmentation at start up and boot time


If “Enable” is not there, follow the steps to create “Enable”. Right click on the right hand side of your registry editor. Select “New” and then select “String Value”. Rename the new String Value “Enable”. Then double click on it and the value data box put in “Y” to enable automatic hard disk defragmentation.

Then Right-click on the keyword “Optimizecomplete” and click edit.
In the Value Data box, change “No” to “Yes”. Confirm by clicking OK. So the automatic hard disk defragmentation will be enable.

Close the Registry Editor. Changes will be effective upon restarting Windows.

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Posted by on October 28, 2017.

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