Does the paging file get fragmented ? I understood it to be a fixed "size" that Windows creates when first set up (1.5 times RAM I think) and that if and when an application "wants" more the file does indeed expand, but that that expansion only lasts 'till the next reboot. So the original page file stays put at it's initial size and that doesn't fragment.
It's something I used to wonder on... but did a lot of reading up on it at the time. If you have enough RAM it should never be an issue these days.
And if you really want you can set the page file to zero, reboot, then recreate a fixed page file that's going to be larger than you will ever need... so that never gets fragmented.
Excellent program, gives you the option which is very rare among free defraggers to boot defrag & move files that can't be movedc in a Windows defrag. I have used this before & I have reinstalled it & it does a great job.
I agree with Input Overload, it's good to have the options of boot-time defragging those files that would be unmovable from within Windows - the MFT, Pagefile etc., and to defrag the entire drive before Windows gets to it.