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UltraDefrag v 4.0 released, download now

Previously we had covered topic on a powerful defragging tool PuranDefrag, here is another tool UltraDefrag which also supports system locked files defragmentation (registry hives and paging file) and scheduled defragmentation.

UltraDefrag is the first open source defragmenter which is designed to do the job as fast as possible and you can also defrag single folder or file by just right clicking.

The new version (4.0) is fully compatible with Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7 and all of the 64-bit and 32 editions of Windows.

Features of UltraDefrag- v.4.0

  1. Boot Time Defragmentation
  2. Single File or Directory Defragmentation
  3. Scheduled Defragmentationc
  4. Enhanced Algorithm for Defragmentation
  5. Available for both 32bit and 64bit Windows
  6. Both GUI and Console Interface

Download UltraDefrag


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