How do I use Linux memory defragmenter?

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I'd like to use the Linux memory defragmenter instead of Windows to have a more accurate and precise defragging of RAM and reclaim unneeded allocated memory.  My XP 64 bit system is crawling like a snail.  Can someone help me with this?

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How do I use Linux memory defragmenter?



Dear user,
Follow these instructions for your help:
1) Click on the "Places" menu, then right-click on the drive on the left. Click on "Unmount" button.
2) Now, go to "Applications," "Accessories," "Terminal" menu and open a terminal window.
3) Next, in the terminal window, enter this command:
fsck -t ext3 /dev/hda3
4) Finally, remount the drive by typing the following command in the terminal window :
mount /dev/hda3
Hope this will help you.
Thank you.

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