Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Delete USN Journal

Well, this is a technical one. If you're running Windows, you'll notice that defragmentation can sometimes become a pain because of USN journals. Here's how to remove it, using the Command Prompt (Terminal):
FSUTIL USN DELETEJOURNAL /D C:
Of course you may replace C: for whatever journaled drive you want

Sources:
annoyances.org
Wikipedia

2 comments:

Coto Mata said...

Thanks! I needed how to delete to this annoying file!

MrNobody said...

You're most welcome!

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