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  1.    17 Jan 2016 #40

    Brink said: View Post
    Yep.

    Ty Brink!
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       28 Jan 2016 #41

    I'm on build 10586.71 using it as my main OS. When I go to Optimize Drives / Change Settings / Drives : Choose and I deselect the System Reserved paritions, those keep appearing on the main menu, as shown below. Is there any way I can hide these System Reserved partitions?

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       28 Jan 2016 #42

    Hello Joanne,

    I'm afraid that they can't be hidden. When you can click "Change settings" and "Choose", it's only for which drives to optimize on a regular schedule.
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       07 Feb 2016 #43

    Tutorial has been updated by adding OPTION THREE with PowerShell.

    Optimize and Defrag Drives in Windows 10
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  5.    04 Jul 2016 #44

    When I click on optimize I have my "c" drive which is 0% fragmented but also a "system" drive that is 60%fragmented. I thought they were the same drive but was obviously mistaken. Should I optimize this drive called "system"?
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       04 Jul 2016 #45

    Hello trembuzz,

    It's most likely another partition on the same disk.

    Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing the drive's layout in Disk Management first.
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  7.    04 Jul 2016 #46

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    Here's the screenshot of my drives.
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       04 Jul 2016 #47

    I needed a screenshot of Disk Management (diskmgmt.msc) instead, but it'll be fine to optimize if you like.
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  9.    05 Jul 2016 #48

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    Oops! I see that it's only 98 MB. I guess it's a very small part of the "c" drive. Thanks for your help.
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       05 Jul 2016 #49

    There's no need to optimize the "SYSTEM" partition since it's not being read or wrote to, but it won't hurt if you do.
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