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Good Defrag Program

Discussion in 'Storage' started by adcom32, Apr 15, 2010.

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    adcom32 New Member

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    I was wondering what was a good defrag program because i haven't defraged my HDD for a while, can anyone help?
     
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    I can

    JkDrefrag
    MyDefrag
    Auslogics Disk defrag
    Defragglere
    UltraDefrag
    Vopt
     
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    That's an easy answer the best I have used is 0&0 defragger
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    hmmm... try searching/looking before starting new threads :p

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    as per that thread, ultimate defrag is my reccomendation.

    that said, later on in the thread many people posted what programs they use (and a few why, but most jut wanted to say "i use this program!")
     
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    im running ultimate defrag now.:toast:
     
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    Q-tips or a cheap 1" small paintbrush long soft bristles that reach tight areas works sometimes. Finished with compressed air.
     
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    LoL!
     

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