Disc Defragmenters

  engsurv 11:30 19 Sep 2007
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Anyone had experience with " Auslogics Disc Defrag " free disc defragmenter ?

  Marko797 11:35 19 Sep 2007

Someone kindly posted this yesterday click here
Haven't tried it but it appears u can select which bits to defrag.

  audeal 11:47 19 Sep 2007

Marko797: I tried it out yesterday and found it to be very good. Well worth having.

  cocteau48 12:29 19 Sep 2007

Thanks to sunny staines link yesterday I downloaded the Defraggler and thus far it looks good.
If it comes from the same people who give you CCleaner and Recuva it should be OK.

  March Hare 13:18 19 Sep 2007

To reply to the original question, I've been using Auslogics Defrag for a few months. I like it, it's better than the Windows defragger.

Going to try defraggler now, thanks for the link.

  RobCharles1981 13:24 19 Sep 2007

I like the Iobit Smart Defrag, works me all the time.

  Seth Haniel 13:26 19 Sep 2007

but noticed that majority of fragmented files were Thumbs.db - so went to search and find found over three hundred thumbs.db and deleted them -emptied the recycle bin - had to do this couple times to clear them all - then the defragger was a lot easier to use as all the thumbs.db had gone ;)

  engsurv 15:48 19 Sep 2007

Many thanks for all replies.
I shall stick to Auslogics for now, as I see the others are "beta2 vesions

  engsurv 15:54 19 Sep 2007

Sorry can not type today.
"beta2 should read "beta"
Vesion should read version

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