Windows Defrag Tool

  rotormota 18:14 12 Nov 09


Why does the Microsoft Windows defrag utility take so little time to defrag drives where as other software takes much longer to do the job? I am currently using Piriform Defraggler which is clearly going to take considerably longer. Is it doing a far more thorough job than the built in Windows defragger?


  john bunyan 18:21 12 Nov 09

Why not use the built in defrag in MS? I have used it for 20 years with no problems.

  ventanas 21:44 12 Nov 09

click here

You never know it's defragging. Works continuously in the background.

The Windows defragger used to be a scaled down version of this. I don't know if it still is.

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