Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.5.3.0

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 a critical bug that could cause significant performance loss on certain systems running Windows 8.1;
  • improved program stability;
  • improved program launch speed.

Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag 4.5.3.0 | 5.9 MB (FREE for home and commercial use)
Download: Portable Auslogics Disk Defrag | 4.0 MB
View: Features & Screenshots | Auslogics Disk Defrag Website

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I agree although no real discernible difference in any of them that I can really see.

I just like this one! :)

I know a lot of people think that defragging isn't necessary, and to each their own on that one, but I still do. I know that by defragging occasionally at least, I haven't burned a coaster in years!

cork1958 said,
I know a lot of people think that defragging isn't necessary, and to each their own on that one, but I still do.

It's no longer something people have to take the time to do because all versions of Windows in the last couple of years have been doing it on their own.

cork1958 said,
I know that by defragging occasionally at least, I haven't burned a coaster in years!

You no longer burn coasters because all burning software nowadays have buffer underrun protection, not because your drive is any less (or more) fragmented than it may have been before.