WinContig is an easy-to-use stand-alone defragmentation tool that doesn't create any installation directories or Registry entries on your computer. Its purpose is to quick defrag files without the need to defrag the whole disk. In addition, WinContig allows you to group files into profiles, and also it accepts a number of optional command-line switches that you can use to control how the program operates. Freeware for personal and commercial use.
WinContig is a standalone executable, and it doesn't require any installation process or additional DLLs. In order to start using it, just extract the contents of the ZIP archive to any folder you like, and run it.
WinContig is not a GUI for Sysinternals Contig, nor Contig is embedded within WinContig.
WinContig 5.0 changelog:
- Added Dark mode support. When Dark mode is enabled in the system settings, WinContig will use a Dark mode-themed user interface.
- Added the ability to choose into which zone of a disk the files should be placed (fast disk access zone, slow disk access zone, user defined disk zone).
- Added the ability to choose the default action when an item is double-clicked in the upper pane.
- Added the ability to choose the default action when a file is double-clicked in the Fragmented files tab.
- Added the ability to suppress the warning dialog box when opening a profile containing missing items.
- Added a new column to the items list displaying the percentage of the internal fragmentation of a file.
- Added a new column to the fragmented file list displaying the percentage of the internal fragmentation of a file.
- WinContig may not correctly load a profile during startup if the profile is stored in a path containing the '&' char. Fixed. Many thanks to PlateauRealm who pointed it out.
- In some rare circumstances, WinContig may crash during startup on some Windows 10 environments. Fixed. Many thanks to Vangelis Lekkas who pointed it out.
- Some minor graphic improvements
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