Yes, you can defrag your drive after you install Rollback but you
have to understand how Rollback works. RollBack Rx works at the sector
level of the hard disk, and views the actions of Windows File level
defraggers as a massive change in data. Therefo...
Rollback snapshot defragmenter has two subroutines, the defrag in
Rollback application console (in Windows) and the defrag in Rollback
subsystem console (in the preboot environment).
The two defrags are almost identical. The one in Windows is
RollBack Rx snapshot defragmenter needs to have full access to the
hard drive. Therefore, you must logon to Windows using an Account an
account with ADMINISTRATOR privileges. Make sure you log on as an
ADMINISTRATOR and run the snapshot defragmenter.
The "Defrag Snapshot" process optimizes the snapshots and releases
any space on the hard disk that can be released.
Snapshots are organized in a "parent-child" arrangement. Therefore, a
"child" snapshot contains, by default, everything in the "paren...