Defragmenters! Which do you recommend?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by zy, Sep 24, 2005.


Which Disk Degragmenter?

  1. Windows Built-In

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  2. Diskeeper

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  3. PerfectDisk

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  4. SpeedDisk

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  5. Others

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  6. dont defrag :P

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  1. zy

    zy Staff Member

    yo guyz! i'm curious again ! .. haha

    vote vote vote! :p
  2. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Using PerfectDisk right now. :thumb:
  3. 1978sdp

    1978sdp Newbie

  4. Jet

    Jet Just Started

    I'm using Diskeeper Lite..
    Is that same with Diskeeper? :D
  5. Ishtim

    Ishtim Super Moderator

    me 2 ;)
  6. zy

    zy Staff Member

    i'm using perfect disk now :shifty:
  7. vccy118

    vccy118 Newbie

    erm.....why need a defragmenter??? I never defrag my HD b4... :p :mrgreen:
  8. Jet

    Jet Just Started

    Never heard of file fragmentation before?? :p
  9. zy

    zy Staff Member

    defragmenting is like keeping your room tidy .. :)

    imagine you are in a big big bigggggggg room ..

    your physics note is in one corner..
    your physics book is in another ..
    your physics tutorials is in another..
    your pencils/pen is in the other .. :)

    why do you need to tidy ? :p
  10. Jet

    Jet Just Started

    I hate the word physics. :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall: :wall:

    *ouch* My head is bleeding.. :haha: :nuts:
  11. peaz

    peaz ARP Webmaster Staff Member

    PerfectDisk here :)
  12. sucahyo

    sucahyo Newbie

    I rarely use defrag software because I separate frequently modified file into separate partition.
    Windows built in defragmentation is good enough for me, but to fully defrag the disk I still need O&O Defrag, with boot defragging I do not have to defrag the disk on other computer.
    Speeddisk for ntfs (windows 2000/xp/2003) is lame compare to speedisk for fat32 (windows 98).
  13. kayFX

    kayFX Newbie

    Perfect Disk 7.0 :mrgreen:
  14. vccy118

    vccy118 Newbie it is for tidying things up? If that is the case, why don't just sort it manually?
  15. kayFX

    kayFX Newbie

    its not the file that u have to sort.. every file have been broken into several fragment.. so everytime u copy/ install these file are scattered all over the hd, so the file become fragmented.. that is why it need to be defrag.. (correct me if im wrong) :shifty:
  16. vccy118

    vccy118 Newbie

    So what good can i get from defragmenting my HD?
    Windows have a disk defragment thing already, right?
  17. Jet

    Jet Just Started

    How come no one answered me?? :?
  18. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Defragmenting your hard disk improves its performance by arranging your data contiguously. This allows your hard disk to read data without seeking all over the platter.

    Yes, Windows XP comes with a built-in disk defragger. You can use that as well, although it seems to be slower and less advanced than third-party utilities.
  19. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Probably cause there doesn't seem to be a Lite version? :think:

    What version are you using? Take a look here -

  20. zy

    zy Staff Member

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