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Auslogics Disk Defrag Auslogics Disk Defrag

Good, fast & easy 5 stars
Crazy fast defrag utility, have used it many years & it's the best I've tried; I recommend it. The only gripe I have is the stupid, sneaky ads Auslogics has recently allowed - if you don't UNCHECK the boxes in each of the install frames, bundled, non-Auslogics potentially unwanted software gets installed on your system. I had expected more from this company, and hope they'll come back to their senses. It's still a free program, though, and I guess we greedy ingrates didn't donate enough to these stalwart gearheads, who are as poor as we are, etc., etc. This is a great, pretty program which should be used regularly to keep our systems quick & happy. The interface is a dream. The monitor window has color customizable indicators so I can waste endless hours watching my computer's HDD be secretly rearranged in different colors. Very soothing. Seriously, though, it is a great program and if you prefer to be elsewhere, rather than watching the little dancing boxes, or sleeping (a good time to perform this necessary task) it will shut the system down when it's done. The full optimization mode, which can take a comparatively long time, is very good at organizing your disk with the most-used programs grouped in the fastest access part for greater performance and disk life. Speaking of which, if using a solid state drive, there seems to exist a debate about defragmentation and it's value vs. diminution of the life of the drive. Anyway, Aloha, and 5 Stars for Auslogics Disk Defrag! Price: Free
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