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'''''Defraggler''''' is a free, but powerful disk defragmenter made by [[Piriform]] for [[Windows]]. It has many features above and beyond the defragmenter that comes with Windows: [[Defrag]]. It allows you to see every fragmented file on your hard drive and combine them. It also features a quick defrag which just combines fragmented files, and a full defrag which also moves files to the front of the drive. The interface is quite nice as well, and has several features that makes watching the process more interesting.
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[[Image:Defraggler - Screenshot - Main.png|thumb|256x256px|The main program.]]
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'''''Defraggler''''' is a free, but powerful disk defragmenter made by [[Piriform]] for [[Windows]]. It has many features above and beyond Microsoft's [[Disk Defragmenter]] that comes with Windows. The features of ''Defraggler'' include:
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* Full drive analysis and defragmentation.
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* List of fragmented files, and the ability to defrag files individually.
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* Options for moving large files or specific file types to the end of the drive.
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* Quick defragment with custom rules.
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* Custom file exclusion filter.
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* Scheduler.
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* General drive health and errors.
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* Customizable interface that displays the defragmentation progress.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:09, 3 July 2018

The main program.

Defraggler is a free, but powerful disk defragmenter made by Piriform for Windows. It has many features above and beyond Microsoft's Disk Defragmenter that comes with Windows. The features of Defraggler include:

  • Full drive analysis and defragmentation.
  • List of fragmented files, and the ability to defrag files individually.
  • Options for moving large files or specific file types to the end of the drive.
  • Quick defragment with custom rules.
  • Custom file exclusion filter.
  • Scheduler.
  • General drive health and errors.
  • Customizable interface that displays the defragmentation progress.

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