Alternative defragmentation software has been mentioned for years and years now, as most people deem the default defragmenter that comes with Windows to be insufficient. There are plenty of different solutions that try to out-do each other, some free and some paid. For the few moments when I do use Windows, I find the free options to be good enough.
Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site. Ages ago I used to use Norton Speed Disk, then moved on to Defraggler, but these days just rely on the auto maintenance of Microsoft's disk defrag. If Im not convinced, I will head over to the ol newsgroups alt.
I am breaking one of my blog rules which I will blog about later. It would be nice to have some idea when it is done since it does ALL the disks at the same time With the decreased complexity I we've clearly lost the feedback and configurability.
We, your consumers, for the most part would like to be treated like we can do a few things ourselves. Dummy it down for those that do not want to take the time and be personally responsible for their actions but give the vast majority of that can do things ourselves without all the handholding a little credit to think for ourselves. Isn't that the reason for so many flavors of windows, now?
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Kind of miss defragger in XP…. RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI. Yeah, when i upgraded to Vista, i also upgraded my defragger.
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