Defraggler 2.02

Defraggler is a defragmentation tool for windows which differs from other defrag tools on the market, by enabling you to quickly and simply defrag the files you want to, without having to process the whole drive. Simply run it, select the file and defragment in seconds. No more struggling with the Windows defragmentation tool!

What's new:

  • Improvements to speed and accuracy of the search algorithm.
  • Redesigned NTFS processes for optimized speed and memory.
  • Improved event handling with Windows 7.
  • Improved scheduling for non-admin users.
  • Fixed issue that caused drive icons to disappear from the drive list.
  • Fixed issue that caused the Analyze button to be incorrectly drawn during long tasks.
  • Improved handling of long non-English strings in options dialog.
  • Fixed issue with fragmentation percent when drive contains sparse files.
  • Moved about dialog to a separate window.
  • Improved error logging in Windows 7.
  • Minor GUI changes and tweaks.
  • Minor bug fixes.

News source: Official website
Download: Defraggler 2.02

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The power of free choice ..people will choose what they are used to ..I've use diskeeper, windows defrag, mydefrag..they all call upon the same windows api ..

VashShawn said,
The power of free choice ..people will choose what they are used to ..I've use diskeeper, windows defrag, mydefrag..they all call upon the same windows api ..

And all use it to work (in many cases) totally different ways.

Well, since a lot of people who have one or more SSD's in their system disable the windows defragmentation service it's useful with a 3rd party defrag tool which allow you to easily setup scheduled defragging of the non-SSD drives.

sialivi said,
Well, since a lot of people who have one or more SSD's in their system disable the windows defragmentation service it's useful with a 3rd party defrag tool which allow you to easily setup scheduled defragging of the non-SSD drives.

You can select which partitions Windows' own defragmenter schedule defragments. A third-party program isn't required for mixing-and-matching SSDs and HDDs.

sialivi said,
Well, since a lot of people who have one or more SSD's in their system disable the windows defragmentation service it's useful with a 3rd party defrag tool which allow you to easily setup scheduled defragging of the non-SSD drives.

That's not necessary. You can select which drives Windows will defragment.

I don't see the point to be honest. With Windows 7 fragmentation is not something that users should even think about anymore. What is it about this or the other third party defragmenters make them better than the built in one that you never even have to look at it? Defragmenting individual files, why on earth?

"No more struggling with the Windows defragmentation tool!"...struggling? Come on.