how much space glary utilities need to defrag (%) from total space of HD?
I want to know how much space Glary Defrag works fully.
my HD is 465 GB (real) and has free space of... don't laugh, 11,8 gb, i CAN´T REMOVE ANYTHING BY NOW.
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You cant defrag any non SSD /RAM drive without having 10% free space.
Has nothing to do with the utility program.
Defragging is moving data around.
Its like trying to clean a room, with no free space.
You need to delete stuff. 20GB free space would prob do it, but 40GB free space, and you might find your drive is using less storage for the same data after its done.
If you cant delete anything, then 99% its your recycle bin.
- Empty that and put recycle bin on
"Don't move deleted files to the recycle bin. Remove them instantly when they get deleted"
If you dont want to remove any data, then use Onedrive, Googledrive or any other free service to sync your files to, then remove them from the computer.
Or buy an USB 16/32GB USB costs less then a Bigmac now.
You need at least 10% free space to defrag a HDD properly, preferably 15-20 percent
Also NEVER defrag an SSD (Solid State Drive) drive -- you can use the TRIM feature in the software that came with your SSD drive to clean it up.