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Old February 8th, 2012, 08:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Would like to know do they an app for defraging the k1 tablet like a pc computer? I did a search on the market but found nothing for defraging. Or do they have something built into it that i do not know about?

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K1 like other tablets uses an SSD for storage which afaik does not require defragmenting as in the case of normal HDD
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Thanks for the reply although i do not know what afaik is. I presume ssd is a sd card and hdd is a hard disk drive. Am i correct with that?

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More or less accurate...SSD is a solid state drive, which is storage
pretty much based off of flash...HDD is a hard disk drive (like the ones in any PCs)...
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Thanks for the reply although i do not know what afaik is. I presume ssd is a sd card and hdd is a hard disk drive. Am i correct with that?

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afaik - As Far As I Know

We tend to use shorthand here sometimes, I stumbled on this on early on too. Don't be afraid to ask, we all learn together.
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afaik - As Far As I Know

We tend to use shorthand here sometimes, I stumbled on this on early on too. Don't be afraid to ask, we all learn together.
Yes it's "as far as i know". Sorry for being lazy and thanks pupkact for helping me with the explanation.
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