Auslogics Disk Defrag ProAuslogics Disk Defrag Pro – professional version of the easy and fast defragmenter that works as a FAT 16/32, and with NTFS.

The utility uses a number of algorithms that can optimize and manage files on your hard drive, defragment the file structure and speed up applications and operating system.

The professional version of Auslogics defragmenter best offers advanced optimization algorithms and innovative technology at boot time defragmentation for a more significant increase in the performance of your system.

Provides even greater speed of the hard drive with new functions and algorithms:

– Defragmenting locked system files;
– 4 ways to optimize the placement of files;
– Special algorithms for SSD drives and VSS mode;
– Preventing fragmentation of files;
– Monitoring Disk Performance.

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Hard disks are the slowest components of a computer. CPU and memory obviously operate much faster as they have no moving parts. In addition, fragmentation can lead to disk deterioration of the overall system performance. Furthermore, fragmentation causes the drive head to work harder, which leads not only to freeze the entire system but also to a more rapid failure of the hard disk drive failure. Auslogics Disk Defrag was designed to solve these problems. It is optimized to work with both modern disks, and older models. Auslogics Disk Defrag is very easy to use, requires analysis and much faster than other defragmentation programs. The program will allow you to get a decent speed of the disk at no additional cost to upgrade the disk system.

Fragmentation is caused by any activities associated with the file operations. Every time you create or delete, move files and folders, or put new programs are pieces of data on the disk. The system never writes all the data in one place, as is often the place is already occupied by other data, and so the files are written scattered in different parts of the disk space. When you delete the data space becomes available, and it will be employed in the next write operation. Thus, fragmentation occurs. The more fragmented disk, the slower it will work. The more pieces you need to read the device, the greater the path to go through the head for it.

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