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O&O Defrag Free Edition For Download

There are several free and paid disks defragging software available on the internet, but unfortunately, only few of them can perform well. Some shows only beautiful graph on the screen, but does nothing on the hard disk! O&O Defrag is one of the best defragging tools and its free edition is now available for download.

O&O Defrag Free Edition can merge fragmented files and speed up your system performance and it can also consolidate free space on your hard disks, so new fragmentation can be kept to a minimum.

O&O Defrag Free Edition offers two defragmentation methods:

Optimize/Quick quickly defragments your available files but doesn’t merge the free spaces of your hard disk. This is the fastest kind of defragmentation.

Optimize defragments your files and merges the free space on your hard disk (consolidation of free disk space). This requires somewhat more time but prevents new fragmentation from quickly occurring.

O&O Defrag Free Edition can be downloaded (32bit/64bit) at source here.


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