26.25 Gigaflop supercomputer in a breadbox

Andre Kesteloot andre.kesteloot at verizon.net
Thu Sep 6 12:16:44 CDT 2007

Don't know about the defragmenter, as I believe one must chose to 
operate it (Tools) but there is an indexing feature that keeps looking 
for new files, and of course, the anti-virus sometimes works in the 
background too
André N4ICK
Alberto di Bene wrote:
> Philip Miller Tate wrote:
>> My PC laptop often sits on my desk unattended. It's not doing any  
>> background work for me; the screen saver has kicked in and the screen  
>> is blank; all the power-saving options are active; it's not  
>> networked; and suddenly the HDD activity LED goes nuts for several  
>> minutes at a time.
> Could it be that the defragmenter is doing its job ? As far as I know there should be a disk defragmenter in Windows 
> that works only when the PC is idle.
> 73  Alberto  I2PHD
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