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After more than a year of development and a huge amount of coding, we've completed our third product... Defraggler!

 

It differs from other defrag tools on the market, by enabling you to quickly and simply defrag the files you want to, without having to process the whole drive. Simply run it, select the file and defragment in seconds. No more struggling with the Windows defrag tool!

 

Additionally like all Piriform titles it's FREE!

 

Visit defraggler.com for more information, screenshots and to download.

 

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I'm testing Defragler on my system. Windows XP Pro sp2 - 3 partitions on my HD.

My first impression is very very good !

It works fast and flawless.

 

After defrag i have analyzed the partitions using the Windows tool,

and it report 0% of fragmented files. My compliments ! :)

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After more than a year of development and a huge amount of coding, we've completed our third product... Defraggler!

 

It differs from other defrag tools on the market, by enabling you to quickly and simply defrag the files you want to, without having to process the whole drive. Simply run it, select the file and defragment in seconds. No more struggling with the Windows defrag tool!

 

Additionally like all Piriform titles it's FREE!

 

Visit defraggler.com for more information, screenshots and to download.

 

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After a "complete" disc defrag, will it also optimize -- or is this app just for defragging?

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now if only piriform made an operating system...................................................lol

 

Piriform Linux, with Firefox, CCleaner, Defraggler, Recuva, Open Office, and stuff jacked from Ubuntu :P. Haha, I bet it could be done!!

 

AJ

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Hello Moe :)

 

In case you are unsure, a legend key is just basically an explaination of what colours or symbols mean in a certain software e.g.... (just examples, not real!)

 

Blue blocks mean text files

Red blocks mean avi files

White blocks mean free space

Green blocks mean unmovable files

 

A good example of a legend key can be found in windows defragger, look at the bottom when you open it up.

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