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Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro
Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro is a professional version of a compact and fast defragmenter that works with both FAT 16/32 and NTFS file systems. The program uses a number of algorithms that allow you to optimize and organize your hard disk files, defragment the file structure and speed up the application and Windows.
Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro Feature
Provides even more speed of the hard drive due to new functions and algorithms:
- Defragmenting locked system files
- 4 ways to optimize file allocation
- Special algorithms for SSD and VSS mode
- Preventing file fragmentation
- Monitoring disk performance
Hard disks are the slowest components of a computer. CPU and memory obviously work much faster, since they do not have moving parts. In addition, fragmentation of disks can lead to degradation of overall system performance. In addition, fragmentation causes the disk heads to work more intensively, which leads not only to the hang of the entire system, but also to a faster hard drive failure. Auslogics Disk Defrag was designed to solve these problems. It is optimized for work with both modern disks and old models. Auslogics Disk Defrag is very easy to use, does not require analysis and much faster than other defragmentation programs. The program will allow you to get a decent disk speed without additional costs for upgrading the disk system.
Fragmentation is caused by any actions associated with file operations. Every time you create or delete, move files and folders, or put new programs, you create fragments of data on the disk. The system never writes all the data to one place, because often this place is already occupied by other data, and therefore the files are written in disparate parts to different places on the disk. When you delete data, there is free space and it will be used in the following write operations. Thus, there is fragmentation. And the more the disk is fragmented, the slower it will work. After all, the more pieces you need to read the device, the more you need to go through the head for this.