How to Easily Defrag a Hard Drive in Windows 10
It is very natural the longer you use hard drive it will start to show a decrease in performance, for example your PC become slower. One of the factors is the formation of fragments. To overcome this, you need to run a defrag your hard drive regularly once a month, two months or three months.
Defrag A Drive in Windows 10
1. Click on Start and search type "defrag"
2. Select Defragment and Optimize Drives.
3. Select the disk drive you want to optimize.
4. Select the Optimize button.
What about Defrag an SSD ?
it's unnecessary to defrag an SSD considering that the data is being read randomly because you don't need to put all of the sectors of any given large file together to reduce seek time. Apart from the factor of being useless, people should have the general knowledge that an SSD has the finite lifespan which will be reduced if you defragged the drive causing tons of small write accesses, so you shouldn't or never defrag your SSD.