O&O Defrag Professional 10

With its release of the new O&O Defrag 10, the Berlin-based O&O Software is reissuing its leading solution for the defragmenation of PCs and servers with full support for all current Windows operating systems, including Vista in 32- and 64-Bit formats. The new and exclusive Auto defrag functionality that adjusts its resource usage to a user's needs, represents a milestone in the development of defragmenation software. For the first time ever, this functionality allows users to remedy performance slowdowns associated with disk fragmentation permenantly and without any need for user interaction.

O&O Defrag is the only product offering five defragmentation methods designed for a variety of different workstation or server demands. These differing defragmenation stategies differ in speed, required system resources and degree of optimization, enabling the selection of the right method for the right scenario. In O&O Defrag 10 it is now even possible to leave the selection of the best defragmenation strategy up to the O&O Defrag's auto-defragmentation function.

Key features:

  • Automatic and self-adjusting defragmentation in the background (O&O OneButtonDefrag)
  • Select from different profiles for the automatic defragmentation of PCs and servers
  • Expanded job scheduling for custom strategies for automatic defragmentation
  • Status monitor and control direct from the Task Tray
  • Completely overhauled interface for increased usability
  • Expanded O&O Defrag Wizard for quick configuration
  • O&O ActivityGuard Pro for even less system loads
  • Expanded Power Management for Notebooks
  • ScreenSaver Mode
  • Integrated O&O Defrag ScreenSaver with 3-D animation
  • Five unique defragmentation methods for different optimization strategies
  • Support for all current Windows operating systems in 32- and 64-bit
  • Support of all Windows drives in configuration and sizes
Download: O&O Defrag Professional Edition 10.0.1634 | 12.2Mb (Shareware. Costs $49.95)
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