None at this time
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Provides Disk Defragmentation Capabilities.
New to Windows 7, this service is now used to defragment disks on a schedule. It will start and stop automatically and is not started at boot time. If you decide to disable this service (you use a different defragmenting application or use SSD), you should also disable or delete the scheduled task:
Head to Start -> Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrator Tools -> Task Scheduler
Left hand column: Task Scheduler Library -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Defrag -> Right Click ScheduleDefrag (under Name-Status-Triggers) and select Disable (what I would recommend doing) or “Delete” (not a good idea if you wish to restore this scheduled task later).
It has been reported via email that the Disk Defragmenter service is required if you want to shrink a partition. In that case, they had a whole-drive C partition that they wanted to shrink to create a D partition, and it wouldn’t work until they turned Disk Defragmenter back on. Scheduled task, not required.
Default Startup Type
|Windows 7 Starter||Manual||Manual|
|Windows 7 Home Basic||Manual||Manual|
|Windows 7 Home Premium||Manual||Manual|
|Windows 7 Professional||Manual||Manual|
|Windows 7 Ultimate||Manual||Manual|
|Windows 7 Enterprise||Manual||Manual|
Service Name (registry): defragsvc
Display Name: Disk Defragmenter
Default Path and Command Line Options
C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k defragsvc
Log On As
Account: Local System account
What service Disk Defragmenter needs to function properly:
- Remote Procedure Call (RPC) (S, HB, HP, P, U, E)
What other service require Disk Defragmenter to function properly:
- None (S, HB, HP, P, U, E)
None at this time.