Brandy, I believe is the answer you are looking for. When wine is distilled it becomes brandy, or Cognac, or Grappa, or I am sure a myriad of other names depending upon geographical location.
replication fork :)
The answer depends on the location of the cyst.
A hard drive becomes fragmented when a file that occupies a finite storage location on the hard drive is modified and becomes larger. If the finite storage space on the drive is not large enough to store the larger modified file, part of the file must be stored in another location that is not contiguous to the original storage location. Thus the file becomes fragmented. Now your computer must search for the file in two different locations in order to retrieve it. This is what causes your computer to slooow down.