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A lot of confusion in Defraggler can come from it showing things like 0% fragmentation, but it still takes hours.

This is because Defraggler shows File fragmentation, but not Free Space fragmentation.

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Can you add an option to show both file & free space fragmentation?

 

Current State:

0% File fragmentation

43% Free Space fragmentation

 

This way, users will KNOW whats taking so long!

 

Edit: And help save my sanity, by helping me keep track of about how much longer it has left...

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You can only achieve % fragmentation if you disable system restore, hibernation and stop your anti-virus from creating log files!

 

Most of us do that.

 

Since there are 2 kinds of fragmentation (file & free space), it would be nice to also have any idea how long free space defrag is going to take, as well.

Currently, users may see 0% FILE fragmentation (& wonder why defrag takes so long), not realizing there is also FREE SPACE fragmentation.

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