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Defraggler 2.21.993
Defraggler 2.21.993 Speed up your PC with quick and easy defragmentation. Defrag entire hard drives, or individual files. Works with HDD and SSD and supports NTFS and FAT32 file systems! Faster Computer Defraggler speeds up your PC by assembling fragmented files on your machine and organizing them more efficiently. Defraggler does the hard work, so your computer doesn’t have to. Safe and Secure Defrag with confidence. Defraggler uses the same techniques as Windows to read and write files, so your files will never be damaged. Defrag free space Defrag free space on your drive and not just your files. A proactive solution that helps prevent defragmentation before it occurs. Full customization You have full control over which drives, folders and files you defrag. Or simply use the default settings and let Defraggler do the work for you. Simple enough for every day users and flexible enough for advanced users. Scheduled defragmentation Defragment while you sleep – and wake up with a faster PC. Set Defraggler to run daily, weekly or monthly. Release notes v2.21.993 (16 Mar 2016) - Improved Analysis and Defrag performance - Improved memory usage and management architecture - Optimized 64-bit builds on Windows 8 and 10 - Improved update checking process - Updated exception handling and reporting - Improved localization and language support - Minor GUI improvements - Minor bug fixes
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