IObit SmartDefrag 2.6.0.1162

Smart Defrag 2 is a free tool that provides extremely fast and efficient defragmentation to your hard drives intelligently for faster file loading and high disk performance. With "install it and forget it" feature, Smart Defrag 2 works automatically and quietly in the background on your PC, keeping your hard disk running at its top speed. Using IObit's latest defrag engine and the new "Boot Time Defrag" technology, Smart Defrag 2 has not only the world's fastest defragmenting speed but also the most advanced defragmenting ability. It's been specially designed for modern, large hard drives, which eliminates the long waiting time.

Smart Defrag 2 doesn't just provide simple defragmentation. It also streamlines your file system, places the frequently used files and directories into the fastest area of the disk, enabling your computer to run at top speed with the most stability.  The program also includes a new "Boot Time Defrag" technology which allows you to defrag files during the system boot process, while these files cannot be defragged or are not safe to move after the system is already boot-up.

What's new in this version:

  • Improved Support for Windows 8
  • Improved Smart Defrag Updater
  • Improved User Interface
  • Updated Language Files
  • Fixed General Bugs

Download: IObit SmartDefrag 2.6.0.1162 | 5.8 MB (Freeware)
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Try avoiding using third-party defragmenters on vista/7/8 if you have system recovery enabled or you risk having a very bad time: shadow copies are not simple copies of a file but a complex part of the ntfs filesystem and there's a reason the windows defragmenters does all those passes instead or a single one like other defragmenters.

Asrokhel said,
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about!

Then please, explain to the world why some defragmenters come with a specific VSS (volume shadow copy) compatible mode. Oh, you don't know? Let me just copy this STRAIGHT FROM WIKIPEDIA:
"Windows System Restore points may be deleted during defragmenting/optimizing. Running most defragmenters and optimizers can cause the Microsoft Shadow Copy service to delete some of the oldest restore points, even if the defragmenters/optimizers are built on Windows API. This is due to Shadow Copy keeping track of some movements of big files performed by the defragmenters/optimizers; when the total disk space used by shadow copies would exceed a specified threshold, older restore points are deleted until the limit is not exceeded.[6]"

Let's see the SAME, EXACT issue happening with this defragmenter on this forum thread: http://forums.iobit.com/showthread.php?t=11712

Is this enough, you little self-appointed worldwide defragmentation expert? Feel the burn and next time learn to keep your arrogant insults to yourself. You even liked your own post, how sad.

You just lost all geek & tech cred, not that you had any, after quoting from Wikipedia!

Just because some people has had that happen to them, does not mean it happens to everybody, guess what, it's never happened to me!

Asrokhel said,
You just lost all geek & tech cred, not that you had any, after quoting from Wikipedia!

Oh, please. My point in linking to Wikipedia was to prove it has become GENERAL KNOWLEDGE that most defragmenters don't support Volume Shadow Copies properly. If you looked at that little [6] on the wikipedia page you'd see that it's a reference to MyDefrag website that explains the issue: http://www.mydefrag.com/FAQUsi...ceAfterRunningMyDefrag.html
Isn't that page enough? Here are the same informations on that issue from Defraggler page: http://www.piriform.com/docs/d...ta-and-volume-shadow-copies
Still not enough? Here is the page from PerfectDisk help: http://support.raxco.com/KB/a1...is-vss-compatible-mode.aspx
And again, the page regarding Auslogic Diskdefrag: http://www.auslogics.com/en/articles/how-to-defrag/ (Trick #3: Don't lose your system restore points! section)

Not tired yet? Even an article from PC World: http://www.pcworld.com/article...-system-restore-points.html

Asrokhel said,

Just because some people has had that happen to them, does not mean it happens to everybody, guess what, it's never happened to me!

Yes, I'm sure that your personal, anecdotal experience is far more reliable than what even the programmers of the defragmentation tools themselves wrote as a fact.

Give up, you have completely lost this argument, don't dig the hole even deeper.