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Defrag hard drive logically

Defragging hard disks on a regular basis, at least once in a month or in a week, is a recommended method, because disk fragmentation deteriorates computer performance. Windows have built in defragging tool, but if you have a large hard disk with lots of data, it will take ages to defrag.

But with Auslogics disk defrag, you can perform this tasks in a comparatively less time. The main highlights of Auslogics disk defrag are its simple interface, speed and support to FAT 16, FAT 32 and NTFS partitions. Installation of the application is also quite simple. After installation, run it and select a drive, a folder or file from the drop down menu. Click next to defrag, that’s it.

However, this free application has limited features only. For example, there is no option to analyze the disk before defragmentation and no auto shut down after it. But it is very simple to use and the defragging process is quite fast. Auslogics disk defrag supports Windows Vista/XP/2000/2003 (32-bit and 64-bit). Download it from programs home page.


  1. Fragmentation will not cause crashes! Martin

  2. Certainly! Updated the content. Thanks


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