Evidently it's not doing that...I defrag and after it finishes it still shows a red line. From my understanding the red line is file(s) that are fragmented. If I'm wrong, can you enlighten me as to what that means??
Well...some defraggers are better then others. Moreover, the defrager cant defragment windows itself while its running and that redline can very well be your operating system. Some defraggers just plain suck...like the one in windows. Good defragmenters such as Diskeeper(personalfav), perfectdisk, puran defrag and other good ones really defragment files well, do boot time defragmentations, and other neat features.