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Old 01-17-2008, 08:04 PM
G.Wright G.Wright is offline
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Any advantage to using Erase.. vs Smart..?

I am assuming that after doing several incremental updates to my system and third-party software that the files needed for each application tend to get scattered around my hard drive.

I assume that doing multiple Smart Updates with SuperDuper! probably also fragments files that might better be kept together - yes? no?

Does SuperDuper! do any organization or optimization of files when making a clone?

Would making a clone using <Erase, Then Copy> have any advantage over <Smart Update> in preventing file fragmentation?

-gw
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