Auslogics Disk Defrag 3.5.0.5

Auslogics Disk Defrag is a compact and fast defragmentation tool that supports both FAT 16/32, and NTFS file systems. It's supplied with advanced disk optimization techniques, which will remedy your system sluggishness and crashes caused by disk fragmentation.

Disk fragmentation leads to system slowdowns, PC crashes, slow startups and shutdowns. Auslogics Disk Defrag is designed for fast defragmentation of modern hard disks.

Features:

  • Defrag and optimize
  • Free space consolidation
  • System files smart placement
  • Keeping the MFT reserved zone clear
  • Single file or folder defragmentation
  • List of fragmented files
  • Auto-defrag mode
  • Scheduled defragmentation
  • Customizing disk defrag
  • Multiple languages

What's new in this version:

  • Added full support for all Windows 8 versions, including Windows 8 Release Preview
  • Installer optimized for Windows 8
  • Made numerous improvements to all program modules
  • Corrected all known bugs
  • Corrected errors in language files

Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag 3.5.0.5 | 7.4 MB (Freeware)
Download: Portable Auslogics Disk Defrag 3.5.0.5 | 2.8 MB
View: Features & Screenshots | Auslogics Disk Defrag Website

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ahhell said,
"Disk fragmentation leads to system slowdowns, PC crashes, slow startups and shutdowns."

No it doesn't.

If you are running a regular hard drive and not an SSD, and if your PC is REALLY fragmented, then sure, it would lead to system slow downs and slow startups, probably not system crashes. When a drive is fragmented, what was once in a straight line and easy to find is now scattered all over the drive, so of course it would slow down the access to those fragmented files.

It's a lack of available disk space that causes issues when a drive is heavily fragmented. Not sure why anyone would buy this when the built in tool(s) do a decent job.

ahhell said,
It's a lack of available disk space that causes issues when a drive is heavily fragmented. Not sure why anyone would buy this when the built in tool(s) do a decent job.

A) You don't have to buy it, it's free
B) It's MUCH faster than the one built in.

The trouble is that when space runs low on a drive the built-in one does a very bad job.

According to it, all my drives were 0% fragmented. Yet when I ran Auslogics on one it had 48% file fragmentation. It then took over 6 hours to defrag it.

So in certain situations it's always good to get a second opinion. I've tried a few defraggers over time but this one has definitely impressed me.