Windows comes with a built-in disk defragmentation tool that can help you optimize your system, but there are other third-party applications that can bring you advanced functionality and improved results. One of them is Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro, a full-featured program that uses different optimization algorithms to consolidate available space on your hard drive.
The fast defragmentation engine it relies on enables it to make your hard disk run at its highest performance, reducing the boot time and speeding up the access to frequently used applications, files and documents.
Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro is based on a powerful optimization algorithm that implements fragmentation prevention. Thus, it offers you the possibility to run the analysis and optimization processes much rarely and keeps the hard disk in a better condition.
The application automatically detects all the hard drives and checks their current condition, allowing you to view the fragmentation percentage of each. If necessary, it allows you to start the defragmentation process for each drive. Offline defragmentation can be used for processing files that are locked, usually found on the partition where Windows is installed.
The program allows single file or folder defragmentation comes with options to check the disk for errors and repair it. The scheduler is designed to help you create action queues or configure Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro to perform new tasks at a certain time and date.
If you don't know much about defragmentation and how it works, the built-in wizard is at your disposal, guiding you through all the necessary steps.
Task prioritization, an integrated profile manager, statistical report generating, system resource monitoring tools (processor, memory, disk and battery usage), customizable exclusion lists and shell integration are other advantages that this program comes with.
The defragmentation process is designed to enhance the overall system performance. Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro can help you make your computer run faster and protecting your hard drive.