Smart Defrag can defragment files, folder, and entire drives as needed or scheduled. It also features SSD trimming to prolong your SDD performance and life. Video walkthrough available. Also part of Advanced SystemCare Free.
Itâ€™s become almost common knowledge that the included disk defragmenter that comes with Microsoft Windows is not the best and never has been. You have many freeware replacements, and SmartDefrag is one of the best. You can set it as your Windows defragmenter replacement and forget about it, or you can go through the many options, including boot time defrag. Itâ€™s completely free and straightforward to use, as seen in the video below, where we walk you through using it.
With the improved IObit disk defrag engine, Smart Defrag 6 not only defrags your HDD but also trims your SSD to accelerate disk access speed and enhance disk durability. Smart Defrag 6 is also specially optimized to the file organization algorithm on Windows 10. To make it more powerful, Smart Defrag 6 provides several other useful features that include; Boot Time Defrag, which can defrag the Windows registry to release more RAM and ensure system stability. You can additionally customize Boot Time Defrag as per your needs. And Auto Defrag and Scheduled Defrag can ensure your disks are always optimized to their top performance, and so much more.
Smart Defrag 6 features SSD trimming to prolong the life and performance of your SSD drive. See 2:35 in the video below for information on that.
Smart Defrag Features:
Extremely Easy to Use
Exceptionally Efficient Defragmentation
Optimize Disk Performance
Always-on to Work Automatically
Data Safe and Reliability Guaranteed
Version History for Smart Defrag:
+ Optimized the engine of Large File Defrag for higher efficiency
+ Optimized the defragment strategy for less resource usage
+ Fixed minor issues
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