Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.3.0.0

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:

  • corrected all known bugs
  • made numerous improvements to all program modules

Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.3.0.0 | 5.4 MB (FREE for home and commercial use)
Download: Portable Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.3 | 2.0 MB
View: Features & Screenshots | Auslogics Disk Defrag Website

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Been updated to version 4.3.1.0, guess there must have been some showstopping flaws that got 4.3.0.0 pulled

To be honest I just let the built in Windows defrag utility do its thing in the background. I haven't even thought about such a thing for years now. Just seems a pointless thing to worry about these days.

Constantly amazed at how many people think that way now a days. You go right a head and keep thinking that way too!

Do any benchmark test or even the POS tests at pcpitstop and see if there's a difference between being all fragmented or not.

Did I not just say I let the Windows defrag utility take care of my disks? Why would you think that I'm "all fragmented"? Regardless I find it hard to believe that anyone would actually be able to tell any performance difference at all in a blind test regardless of what some benchmark number says.

Anyway SSDs will finally take over eventually and defragmenting will finally go the way of low level formatting, parking your hard drive and floppy disks. Even now it's not something anyone should really notice or care about, Windows is more than capable of taking care of it behind the scenes.

Edited by Thrackerzod, Oct 15 2013, 10:36am :