There are numerous processes that can optimize your PC’s performance, and defragmentation is definitely one of the best known. Although its meaning has deteriorated over time and is no longer critical, it can still make a difference, especially if your operating system is installed on a conventional hard drive.
In this case, occasional defragmentation would be more than a welcome operation, and luckily, it shouldn’t be a problem for you to do it.
How to defragment your hard drive in Windows 10
If you have to do this, you will be happy to know that this can be done very quickly, and you will need to do the following:
- First you have to enter “Defragment” by doing Search box
and left click on “Defragment and optimize drives”if it appears under the results.
- Then select the drive to be defragmented.
Press “Optimize” (located at the bottom right of the window)
And that’s it. Your Windows 10 will now defragment your selected drive.