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Whats the best Defragmentation Software

Whats the best Defragmentation Software  

916 members have voted

  1. 1. Whats the best Defragmentation Software

    • Diskeeper
      233
    • O&O
      174
    • Perfect Disk
      180
    • System Mechanic
      7
    • Contig
      8
    • Power Defragmenter
      18


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O&O is by fa the best. Diskeeper is terrible. O&O actually arranges the files rather then just defragmenting them.

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Everyone, just use the one you like the most. Case closed.

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I wasn't worrying over your choice at all. I use PD and that's what I will always use. You suit yourself, so do I. I know what PD does the best job compared to other defraggers.

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Ive had really good results with o&o i like its differant methods if you just want it defragged, stelth, if you want a similer to win9x ,space, etc. I mostly use steth because it is very fast. btu i recomen doing a complete:name defrag first

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how would one compare and review defrag software?

i guess critical point would be how to make each HD fragmented at same point. to run the programs for

any reviews on these?

i tried norton, windows, and PD , and i like PD by far.

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