O&O Defrag v4 Professional

  provider 2 10:56 19 Jan 2007

Would anyone care to recommend this program or would I be better to stay with the Windows version? Some of these users have had major problems with the later versionclick here

  Phphred 11:24 19 Jan 2007

click here
This is probably better!

  chippy+ 11:27 19 Jan 2007

i have been using O&0 for 4 weeks now and have no trouble with it i previourly have had diskeeper and perfectdisk, i had trouble with perfect disk so i would not go back to it but diskeeper is ok

  Input Overload 11:32 19 Jan 2007

I always found that O&O does a good job but is very slow, Raxco PerfectDisk is I think the best by a fair margin.

  birdface 11:55 19 Jan 2007

Can reccomend this one, Will do a full defrag in about 5 minutes or less.click here

  birdface 11:57 19 Jan 2007

Should have said,just the defrag one you need to click on.

  provider 2 12:41 19 Jan 2007

I like the look of IObit SmartDefrag but as its a beta I`m wondering if I should go for Diskeeper instead.

  birdface 16:33 19 Jan 2007

I have never tried any other one,I have not heard any complaints about the 10 Bit,It actually defrags my computer in 3.5 minutes,Thats a full defrag,If you want to,You can set the timer for it to come on every day,I only do mine once a fortnight as I dont have a lot on my computer.And its free

  stylehurst 16:54 19 Jan 2007

personally I would recommend the Raxco Perfect Disc.

  baldtaco 18:31 19 Jan 2007

DirMS click here and Buzzsaw on the fly component for it click here . Nothing else required

  Legolas 19:55 19 Jan 2007

IO Bit is very good, what I like is that it runs in the background and defrags your system on the fly so it never becomes badly fragmented.

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