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  1. You can select several files and give the command to move them to the end of the disk, but as a result they will be distributed over the free area, and not moved to the end of the disk. Since it is impossible to move several files to the end of the disk using GUI, it would be nice at least to be able to move to the end of the disk of a certain file by using command line. This would allow us to write own script to move a lot of files without having to move one file after another using GUI.
  2. Move Large Files to End of Drive

    I would agree with you about clean boot in most cases. Unfortunately in this particular case it does not help. I tried clean install of Windows - only drivers and Defraggler - no effect. But if in "dirty" Windows with a lot of software installed and running I try to move files one by one - it works fine. In my opinion Defraggler just makes incorrect decision about where to put files - instead of placing second file right after first one, it creates a gap large enough for all the selected files - looks like miscalculation of some sort.
  3. Hello! I have a lot of large archives files and since I do not access these files frequently I am trying to move those files fo end of drive. When I search for large files and move each file from resulting list individually everything is ok But when I check several files and select "Move Checked to End of Drive" strange thing happens - instead of placing files at the end of disk the files get spread across a free space with a huge gaps between them. If after such "spreading" of files I try to move every one of them individually they move to end of drive without any problem. I tried this several times on different computers - the result is always the same... Is there anything that can be done about this problem?
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