Defraggler suggestions in Defraggler Posted May 24, 2009 I have additional suggestions how to improve Defraggler v1.10. A. The "Search" function in v1.10. I think this function should behave something like this: 1. The "Search" tab should be replaced by a "Search" button under the filelist. 2. Click on the "Search" button and a separate new window opens on top of the filelist and or drivemap (and not in the filelist like in v1.10). Here one can specify with which parameters the search should be performed. 3. Click on the "Search" or "OK" ( or another) button in the newly opened window to start the search. After or before the files have been found that new window should close. 4. The results should - in my opinion - be displayed in the filelist under the "Filelist" tab. And that's why the "Filelist" tab should be activated. 5. When the user wants to perform a new "Search" then he/she should click on the "Search" button again. Of course, the previous settings of a "Search" should be preserved. The programmers should think well and hard which types of files are allowed to show up in the filelist as well. A whole bunch of weird files like "Pagefile.sys", "$MFT", "$...." and "....Zone identifier" etc. show up in the "Search" list. I don't know whether the Windows system allows all/some of these special system files to be moved, whether moving these system files will result in a break down of the Windows system. I think files like directory files (which contain the content of a particular directory) and the system file "thumbs.db" should be the only ones to be allowed to show up, all others shouldn't be displayed or they shouldn't be allowed to be defragmented. C. I think the information of a drive shouldn't be displayed in the tab called "Drive ...." but in a separate window which opens on top of the drivemap and/or filelist and this information should be displayed only the first time a drive is analyzed. Just like the way it's programmed in v1.10. I think it would be better that instead of using the tab "Drive ...", there should be a button behind each row of drive information in the drivelist (which shows all the detected drives like A:, C:, D:, .... etc.). By clicking on that button the user can obtain information which otherwise would be available under the "Drive ...." tab.