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linux uses several filesystems like ext2/ext3/reiserFS but not the window-ones although it can read and write on windows partitions (write only on vfat partitions).

linux can be defragmented, but i never heard of anyone who needed to do it. most of the fragmentation is usually on the swap drive and not on the main, root drive. and fragmentation doesn't slow down a linux-comp.

Edited by arctic

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