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"Pause" button resp. really low priority required

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When I started Defraggler it consumes almost all the CPU capacity. The WinXP desktop is nearly frozen.

 

Even when set the priority in TaskManager to "idle" all CPU power

is attracted by Defraggler.

 

I suggest to

 

a) Introduce a "Pause" button which suspends the defragmentation process until it is resumed again

and

b.) implement more cooperative multitasking. When another program requests some

CPU capacity then Defraggler should be willing to reduce its own share.

 

Thomas

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When I started Defraggler it consumes almost all the CPU capacity. The WinXP desktop is nearly frozen.

 

Even when set the priority in TaskManager to "idle" all CPU power

is attracted by Defraggler.

 

I suggest to

 

a) Introduce a "Pause" button which suspends the defragmentation process until it is resumed again

and

b.) implement more cooperative multitasking. When another program requests some

CPU capacity then Defraggler should be willing to reduce its own share.

 

Thomas

 

Hi Thomas,

Defraggler already has a pause button. When you open Defraggler look at the bottom of this program and you will see a pause button.

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