@zzyzx252002 – The only way to reduce the percent of your MFT that’s in use is to delete files from your hard drive and empty your recycle bin. That will also delete references to those files in the MFT, freeing up more space inside it.
However, you don’t need to do that. Once your MFT space reaches 100%, your operating system will automatically expand the area allocated for your MFT.
In other words, your MFT being at 95% usage is perfectly normal and you shouldn’t mess with that in any way.
But, one thing you should do is use Diskeeper's boot-time tool to defragment the MFT (assuming you’re using a Windows operating system). Use Diskeeper’s help files to find out how to do that.
By defragmenting your MFT, you should gain a little bit of a performance boost, but it might not be noticeable. You probably need to defragment your entire hard drive while you’re at it.
A fragmented drive can really slow your computer down because it takes longer to read each file’s data, since it’s scattered in blocks all over the hard drive.