During the COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft should have updated its Defragment and Optimize Drives tool to do the inverse by maintaining at least six-bits of separation from neighboring data.

Social Distance Drives
Maintain at least a six-bits of separation.

It says “You can fragment your drives to help your data maintain a safe social distance (at least a six-bits of separation). Only drives on or connected to your computer are shown.”

Here’s how they should have placed it in your start menu.

Fragment and Social Distance Drives
How to find Fragment and Social Distance Drives in the Windows 10 start menu.