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Thread: Good Disc Defrager?

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    iMartin's Avatar ♥Home Grown♥ BT Rep: +9BT Rep +9
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    My "volume" says it's in critical need of a defragmentation, but the default Windows defragger always freezes and takes forever, so does anyone know a good defragger?



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    Diskeeper

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    diskeeper. perfect disk is good too, but slower

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    O&O Defrag Professional or PerfectDisk. NO OTHERS.

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    Diskeeper&#33; Works wonders here.

    Allows automatic defrag for people who keep the pc on all the time. Keeps it fast all the time&#33;

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    Diskkeeper sounds good, I&#39;ll give it a go.



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    diskeeper is my favorite but i did switch to, and don&#39;t plan on switching back any time soon, to O&O defrag because it has a lot more options for different typed of defragments and stuff. gives more info too.

    there are a lot of suggestions in my pinned guide.

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    I rarely ever do it, but I just use the windows one.
    too much trouble getting an app just to defrag.
    they&#39;re never that bad anyway.

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    Diskeeper works pretty well but if you have a slow machine then don&#39;t waste your time with the auto defrags.

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