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Which program would you use or prefer to use if out of these two choices? Defraggler or Auslogics Disk Defrag?

asked Dec 14 '10 at 23:38

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I prefer Defraggler. I have been using there products for over a year and had great success with them. I love the CCleaner it is a good free tool as well.

answered Dec 15 '10 at 01:26

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I've used both in the past and find that both do a good job but Defraggler seems to do a more extensive job on defragmenting your disks.

answered Dec 15 '10 at 08:15

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I use Auslogics Disk Defrag. It's quick and you get to see the defragging at work by looking at the graph.

answered Dec 15 '10 at 08:37

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Auslogic is the one I use as it has the extra feature to optimise the drive as well as a defrag not sure whether defraggler does that.

answered Dec 16 '10 at 05:45

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sure! the auslogics disk defrag is the best!!!!

answered Feb 10 '11 at 12:51

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auslogic is my choice when I had a pc. But now I use a mac not such a problem.

answered Feb 10 '11 at 12:54

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Joshuah Kelly
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auslogic is so fasttt compared to defraggler

answered Feb 10 '11 at 12:56

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