Auslogics Disk Defrag 1.1.4.217

Auslogics Disk Defrag is a compact, manual defragmentation tool that supports FAT 16, FAT 32, and NTFS (with compressed and encrypted files). For the individual user, Disk Defrag is more than adequate for the job of maintaining high-level disk performance. Disk fragmentation leads to system slowdowns, PC crashes, slow startup and shutdown and sometimes to system failures. Auslogics Disk Defrag® is designed for fast optimization of today's modern hard disks. Get the maximum performance out of your expensive hardware investments. And it's absolutely FREE.

* Improve computer performance and stability
* Increase your productivity - no more waiting for files to open
* Defragment disks in only a few minutes
* Useful disk fragmentation map and detailed fragmentation report
* Windows XP Home and Professional, 2000/2003 and Vista supported

Changelog version 1.1.4.217

- fixed a few problems in a program

Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag 1.1.4.217 freeware
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Doesn't use the layout.ini as far as I know so, cause of superfetch, I wouldn't use it with Vista or even XP.

If it does use layout.ini then... fair enough.... but (presumably) you might run it then run the Vista defrag for a quicker overall defrag (-+).

So, don't be too quick to pick a defrag program. But on the other hand, hard drives STILL have to get a lot faster - still seeing new drives with max transfers of 40 mb/s when filling ... this is 2007!

AusLogics is freeware, but it lacks a lot. I've tested it along with 19 other defragmenters and it is hardly a competitor.

The 5 best I've tested are:

Diskeeper
O&O Defrag Pro
PerfectDisk
UltimateDefrag
Vopt

There are a lot of defraggers that are pretty much the same and even worse than Windows Defrag. The worst one of all is MindSoft Defrag.

Jeremy of Many said,
The 5 best I've tested are: [...]

Hello Jeremy, could you please give us your blog's url Btw, downloading Diskeeper right now!

### EDIT: Diskeeper looks goodindeed but... it's very very very sloooowww.....
### EDIT: O&O looks FAST, good...
### EDIT: start: defragmentation 31,5%... after 2hrs ... defragmentation 34,5%.. WTF??????

Nope, I do an hour here and there when I can. I've been doing it for the last week. I should have the whole comparison finished sometime this week. I'll have it posted on my blog and many forums, including NeoWin.

Yeah, that was when I first setup my blog and wanted my pic there but that's months old and I had a friend make that image for me. I've wanted to change it for quite a while now. :P

I've just installed it on XP and thought it was ok, but nothing special. It's doesn't work on-the-fly and there are no real options.

I think the MS built in defragger will do an identical job; it just doesn't look as pretty.

No, it does not do an identical job. There's a lot more to Diskeeper than people realize without reading the piles of documented PDFs and such. I like to break things down to a fundamental level; makes it easier to sort through everything. But no, Windows Defrag is ok to defrag most of the files, but you should also place your files using a certain algorithm such as Last Access or Modification Date. Not all defragmenters do file placement either. Wait until I'm finished with my tests.

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