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Why a very small utility from TuneUp, is much speeder than defraggler?

 

Sorry, I'm Spanish and my English is pathetic :S

 

 

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The question is of May 28 2009, 03:16 AM

 

Can somebody answer to me?

 

Currently I use MyDefrag but I would like to know that I should be defraggler.

 

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The TuneUp program you mentioned looks fine if you want to pay for it, I guess.

 

CCleaner & a defragmentation program would much of the equivalent functions.

 

MyDefrag is a great program. I particularly use Defraggler when I want to target only those files which our fragmented.

 

They are complimentary programs but Defraggler focuses on informing you of the specific files that are fragmented.

 

Personally I would continue using MyDefrag as your primary defragmenter unless are looking for something else.

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Yes, Defraggler+MyDefrag (with optimize option) is great!

 

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You should stick to one defrag program. Often the optimization routines are not exactly the same. Using a second program may therefore undo some of the optimizations that the first program did.

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Why a very small utility from TuneUp, is much speeder than defraggler?

 

Sorry, I'm Spanish and my English is pathetic :S

 

 

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Edit: Thank's ??

 

Defraggler is quick if you do a quick defrag, but the full defrag does both files & free space.

 

A lot of "fast" defraggers will perhaps just be doing a "quick" defrag instead of complete.

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