Now that Microsoft Windows Home Server is readily available people will have to manage massive amounts of data - including file fragmentation on very large drives.
I have previously suggested people use Diskeeper on Windows Vista (I use it on my Windows Vista laptop, and on my Windows Server 2003 machine) - and now they have just released Diskeeper for Windows Home Server, a version of its disk defragmention software completely integrated with the Windows Home Server console as you can see in the screenshot:
I am running this now on my WHS box with about 1.7 TB and it seems to be doing a good job - the integration with the WHS console is the key thing, so you can manage it from any PC you have on your network.
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