My logic for this request(however flawed my logic is
) was discovering that the NTFS Reserved Space is frequently in the middle of a zone.
I thought of the idea of (rebooting after) processing the system files first, then the directory/folder region, then move all the files (starting with the last file sequencing forward - without changing the sort order) to the back-end/center of the disk.
Of course, MyDefrag would have to resume it's normal file processing after that.
I would assume that this would allow the NTFS Reserved Space to be right after the "directory/folder" zone (
I don't foresee/envision any massive addition of "new" logic required, but modifying/enhancing and existing function that is just a change in sequence of events:
The inverse of moving the first files to the beginning of the disk; move the last files to the end of the disk; creating a gap between the folders and the User files.
Just FYI, Tracey