I just picked up a new laptop, and it has UEFI like all of them now (terrible invention btw, why reinvent the wheel?) and apparently it needs a boot partition that is fat32 in able to work. Normally, Linux woldn't need defragging of course, however fat32 isn't really a standard Linux format. Fat32 generally needs to be defragged as far as I know. Is it the same under Linux? Do we now have to worry about fragmentation? Why, or why not? This worries me.