Defraggler 1.01.064 Beta

Defraggler 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! And remember like all Piriform products, Defraggler is completely free for both corporate and individual use.

Features:

  • Defrag Individual Files: Most defragmentation tools only let you defrag the whole drive. Defraggler gives you the power to select individual files and folders to defrag. So you can get the job done in seconds, rather than waiting for the whole drive to complete. Of course if you want to defrag the whole drive Defraggler will let you do that too.
  • Compact and Portable: Defraggler was written in the same compact architecture as other Piriform products (CCleaner and Recuva). This results in a compact single EXE application, which can be copied to a thumbdrive and then used whenever you need it, without a complex installation process. The EXE itself is less than 1MB!
  • Vista Support: Defraggler supports all OSs released since Windows 2000, this includes Windows 2000, 2003, XP and Vista. Although 64-bit support is not included in this version, we are working on compatibility, so it will be available soon! Additionally Defraggler supports both NTFS and FAT32 file systems.
  • Locate Files on the Drive: After analysis Defraggler lists all the fragmented files on the drive. Selecting one or many will highlight their location on the disk. Allowing you to visually see the location of files on the disk.

What's New:

  • Added df.exe command line version
  • Added option to change process priority
  • Fixed issue with files in the MFT buffer zone
  • Fixed bug that left files in the list after they were defragged
  • Minor bug fixes
This is BETA software!, please use caution when installing it on your system
Download: Defraggler 1.01.064 Beta (Freeware, 428KB)
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@ Xenomorph .... if i was only getting 40MBs or so a second off of my sata II Hdds i'd be thinking there's something wrong someplace considering i get on average 117MBs linear read , 95MBs Random read and 320MBs buffered read

Is this any good? Their CCleaner app is great but how is this? Isn't defragmenting something that was more of an issue years ago when drives were much slower?

(Howard said @ #1)
Is this any good? Their CCleaner app is great but how is this? Isn't defragmenting something that was more of an issue years ago when drives were much slower?

Yeah man, because having your computer try to read a massive file split into 17,000 chunks all over your hard drive while trying to do a dozen other things at the same time won't slow it down at all.

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Hard drives are still by far the slowest component of a system. Every little bit helps.

Yes, hard drives are faster. They've gone from "insanely slow" to "just a tad faster than insanely slow".

(Xenomorph said @ #1.1)

Yeah man, because having your computer try to read a massive file split into 17,000 chunks all over your hard drive while trying to do a dozen other things at the same time won't slow it down at all.

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Hard drives are still by far the slowest component of a system. Every little bit helps.

Yes, hard drives are faster. They've gone from "insanely slow" to "just a tad faster than insanely slow".

you got a point although i disagree with you about the "They've gone from "insanely slow" to "just a tad faster than insanely slow" comment ... sure hard drives are one of the slower pieces of hardware on a pc... but they sure aint 'insanely slow' ... cause i dont know about you but i dont consider SATAII exactly 'slow' when you getting roughly 40MB/s or so on it.

but anyways, more on topic... i think JKDefrag is probably best for general purpose defraging... as you just run the main .exe file and it does the rest automatically.

(ThaCrip said @ #1.2)
but anyways, more on topic... i think JKDefrag is probably best for general purpose defraging... as you just run the main .exe file and it does the rest automatically.

Defraggler is great for quick defragging.

JkDefrag is good for a full defrag.

(ThaCrip said @ #1.2)
you got a point although i disagree with you about the "They've gone from "insanely slow" to "just a tad faster than insanely slow" comment ... sure hard drives are one of the slower pieces of hardware on a pc... but they sure aint 'insanely slow' ... cause i dont know about you but i dont consider SATAII exactly 'slow' when you getting roughly 40MB/s or so on it.

It's a speed between HDD and MB. Did SATAII changed RPM? HDD at least is 70x slower than any other PC component.