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FragExt – A Quick File Defragging Tool with Unique Features

It is said that frequent defragging a hard drive provides over 30 percent more performance to a computer. But the problem is that, if you have a very large hard drive, with millions of files, this process can be very slow, so programs like FragExt which defrag specific files rather than entire volume, indeed a help to save time.

FragExt is a free application that helps you to manage file fragmentation on FAT, FAT32 and NTFS volumes. You can defrag individual files and folders by just right clicking on it.

Before defragging a file, you can view detailed information of any files and folders by right clicking on it (File Properties – Fragment) to confirm whether it required defragmention or not.

And also, built-in scriptable defragmentation engine, allowing you to create your own custom utilities.

FragExt is completely free, and runs on Windows 2000, XP (32 and 64 bit), Server 2003 (32 and 64 bit), Vista (32 and 64 bit) and Server 2008 (32 and 64 bits ).

File size:395Kb /Download it here


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