Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Organise and optimize your HDD

For those who don't have or know what a defragmeter is, it is a software that organises the files on your Hard drive (HDD) so that they are not fragmented, this increases boot speeds, frees up more hard drive space, and many other benefits. Well you will be happy to know that a free programme called "Auslogics Disk Defrag" offers all of the benefits of defragmentation. I recommend this programme to anyone and I guarantee it will free up some hard drive space (on its first use).
Download:
http://download.cnet.com/Auslogics-Disk-Defrag/3000-2094_4-10567503.html?part=dl-6267754&subj=dl&tag=button
Alternative:
http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/

49 comments:

  1. Good to know there's still a keen interest in developing defragging software...I might give this one a whirl, it looks like a worthy upgrade from the Windows one. Cheers mate.

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  2. this is good, i do it from time to time

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  3. I've always thought software development would make for a cool job.

    Check out my math blog.

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  4. Defragging should be common kwoledge by now. It is one of the secret ways to make your pc last longer.

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  5. I like this software as well as defraggler, which is from the makers of ccleaner.

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  6. great post man, good advice i'll try it out

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  7. Great blog man +follow

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  8. Does windows 7 have an in-build defragger ?

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  9. @Pieter MD yes but they don't spend to much time making it, they don't update it, that's why getting a third party software is good because they are dedicated to it.

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  10. Yeah sound advice, but one for the new-to-pcs types.

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  11. "everyday im fraggin it" i cant afford hustling

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  12. Thanks for the reminder, I gotta do this soon. Auslogic's is great.

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  13. This seems interesting. Probably better than the windows default blogger xD

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  14. Was it vista or 7 where the defrag didn't show a progress bar? Either way that's the reason that I'm lazy and never do it. This seems super useful.

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  15. I should probably do that soon.

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  16. Yeah great program, I recommend it.

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  17. Hey, great programs you are reviewing. Also for the HDD I can recommend HD Tune and Crystal Disk, both very good for keeping an eye on your HDD.

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  18. I just did is. It worked. Thanks a lot.

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  19. I try to defrag at least once a week. Great post.
    Following

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  20. That's just what i needed thanks a lot!

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  21. do you think defragle from pitform is a good tool ?

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  22. @Linux and Life yes I used to use that, Im actually re-downloading it and Im going to use both! :)

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  23. defragging is always a good thing to do if you want to immediately speed up your computer. i do it about once a month

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  24. i havent defragged mine in awhile, probably should set it up now tbh xD

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  25. Thanks for reminding me, I haven't done this is so long :P

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  26. When I was a kid, I would watch the little screen as the computer defragged. Now it just takes too darn long...

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  27. I like the choices on defrag options, man.

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  28. I try to do this at least twice a month. Don't forget about disc clean up afterwards!

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  29. I wont need to do this once i get my SSD

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  30. I've been looking for something like this for the last 3 months, thanks. Have you got any statistics on the effect of defragmenting?

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  31. Thanks for the info. I'm downloading it right now.

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  32. i already use the one that came with the pc... does this do something better than the one on windows?
    cool blog. +follow

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  33. Nice... speaking of which, I gotta defrag soon anyways. Or maybe I'll just download this? hmmmm +followed

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  34. @barbecues I'm sure there are probably stats out there on the net, but from my experience, it defiantly does free up space if you have never defraged before.

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  35. thanks haven't defraged in a while but going to get an SSD soon so won't have to worry about that anymore ;)

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  36. still aint got round to doin this xD aha

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  37. Looks great, but i still prefer windows defrag. Nice post

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  38. download link doesnt work mate

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  39. @lunatic did u click on the first link? u then click the green download button.
    The second link takes u to their website so it should work

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  40. My parents think defragging is the answer to everything.. it's hilarious.

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  41. i defrag once a week normally

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