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Definitive Best Defragmenter 2012

Definitive Best Defragmenter 2012  

200 members have voted

  1. 1. Your Choice?

    • Auslogic
      26
    • DirMS/Buzzsaw
      0
    • Diskeeper
      24
    • JKDefrag
      8
    • Norton Speed Disk
      0
    • O&O Defrag
      18
    • PageDefrag
      0
    • Vopt
      2
    • Windows Defrag
      32
    • PerfectDisk
      33
    • Defraggler
      43
    • Smart Defrag
      3
    • Paragon Total Defrag
      0
    • Other (please specify)
      11


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+Andre S.    1,892

Windows Defrag:

- does the job

- no need for installation

- no need for configuration

- no need for even knowing it exists

- no buying, trialing, account creating, updating

That's my favorite type of utility. :D

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Ci7    187

Windows defrag ,for HDDs

daily automatic defrag since i installed W7

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gotta hate PC legacy crap

Bios , PCI . HDD, PS-2 port and not mentioning optical drive(USB stick please!) :pinch: hopefully the vaporize by 2020!

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Ntrstd    7

My fave defragger is still MyDefrag.

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devnulllore    17

Got to chime in here, (again?).

I have used Perfectdisk since version 9 and have seen VAST improvement all the way up to version 12.5 now. It even prevents fragmentation before it happens and runs stealth defrag so if one of your drives is dormant for up to 15 minutes it starts defragging it. Then of course once disk action begins again it pauses.

It's a 9/10 for me.

Cheers,

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cropcircles    51

Disk Defragmentation ? Background and Engineering the Windows 7 Improvements

" Among the other changes under the hood in Windows 7 are the following:

Defragmentation in Windows 7 is more comprehensive ? many files that could not be re-located in Windows Vista or earlier versions can now be optimally re-placed. In particular, a lot of work was done to make various NTFS metadata files movable. This ability to relocate NTFS metadata files also benefits volume shrink, since it enables the system to pack all files and file system metadata more closely and free up space ?at the end? which can be reclaimed if required.

If solid-state media is detected, Windows disables defragmentation on that disk. The physical nature of solid-state media is such that defragmentation is not needed and in fact, could decrease overall media lifetime in certain cases.

By default, defragmentation is disabled on Windows Server 2008 R2 (the Windows 7 server release). Given the variability of server workloads, defragmentation should be enabled and scheduled only by an administrator who understands those workloads.

Best practices for using defragmentation in Windows 7 are simple ? you do not need to do anything! Defragmentation is scheduled to automatically run periodically and in the background with minimal impact to foreground activity. This ensures that data on your hard disk drives is efficiently placed so the system can provide optimal responsiveness and I can continue to enjoy glitch free listening to the Eagles :-). "

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azspeedbullet    24

Whats a good disk defragmentation program to use in windows 7?

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Hum    6,930

^ I just use the Windows built-in Defragger.

Start/Computer, C:\[or other drive], Properties, Tools, Defrag.

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Livin in a box    54

Auslogics Disk Defrag I think is the best. Re-orders system files to the start of the hard disk too and you can choose to move files around for better performance.

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zeke009    64

I don't use a third party app anymore. On Windows 7 I just let it do it's thing and don't worry about it.

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azspeedbullet    24

I don't use a third party app anymore. On Windows 7 I just let it do it's thing and don't worry about it.

i have mutiple hard drives and it seems the build in defrag app dont work that well

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djdanster    594

I give a vote for defraggler!

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bjoswald    210

Auslogics if you care, Windows 7 default if you don't.

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Marshall    15,354

Defraggler, hands down. Simple updates, reliable and faster than the Windows 7 built-in defragmentation.

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Rigby    1,365

There is no reason to use a third party program, Windows 7 does it in the background and you never have to even know about it.

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Draconian Guppy    12,649

IIRC if you use a third party deffrager it f's up page file and indexed files as well, the same with superfetch and "fetched" or "saved" temporary files to load programs faster.. stick with the default win7 as pointed above

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Jim K    9,056

Another vote for the built in Win7 defrag.

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Lee G.    232

Threads merged.

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articuno1au    1,264

PerfectDisk for my server.

On my desktop I occasionally run Defraggler over the storage disk, but don't do regular defrags because the disk rarely changes and my main disk is an SSD.

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Kaos DComo    3

Been using PerfectDisk for several years and by far, it's the best app!

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salim8    1

I'm using Smart Defrag 1.5 Since while and I think it good and fast Defragmenter programe

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TTGSteve    2

I'm still using Disk Defragmenter, but I've heard a lot of good things about Defraggler.

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Taoism    3

I use 0&0 Defrag it works nicely, and has a defrag on start up option.

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