Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.5.1.0

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:

  • fixed the incorrect digital signature error.
  • fixed errors that affected stable program operation.

Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.5.1.0 | 5.9 MB (FREE for home and commercial use)
Download: Portable Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.5 | 4.0 MB
View: Features & Screenshots | Auslogics Disk Defrag Website

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5 Comments

chrisj1968 said,
this is the only defrag application I use. works great IMHO.

Defrag apps may have a use in xp as it's not scheduled. defrag is bad for ssd's. why a user would use a 3rd party defrag app these days is beyond me.

soldier1st said,

Defrag apps may have a use in xp as it's not scheduled. defrag is bad for ssd's. why a user would use a 3rd party defrag app these days is beyond me.

I have a 2 year old Toshiba with a 750GB HDD. This applies in my cse. I however, saw the latest Qosmio systems that have a HDD and accompaying SSDas a storage system.

soldier1st said,

Defrag apps may have a use in xp as it's not scheduled. defrag is bad for ssd's. why a user would use a 3rd party defrag app these days is beyond me.

True that defragging is bad for SSD's, but none of my 7 Windows machines have one of those, so I use this also. Defragging makes a world of difference on standard IDE hard drives.

I use it simply because I can't stand the Windows 7 defragger as it just sets there to long, to often with it's stupid defragging/consolidating crap! At least with this one, you can actually see that it's doing something! Also, with the Windows defragger and it's default schedule of defragging at 3:00am, it virtually never gets ran and I disable that also as I HATE anything automatic, for the most part!

"[...] which will remedy your system sluggishness and crashes caused by disk fragmentation."
May be a fine disk defragmentation tool, but ever since I was born I have never ever heard of a disk crash caused by fragmentation.

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