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Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro

Restore Your PC's Performance With Defragmentation

$29.95
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Platforms: Windows XP, 2008, Vista, 7
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Believe it or not, just the act of using your computer causes it to run less efficiently! In order to keep your system running at top performance, you need to optimize your hard disk by performing general housecleaning and tweaks. And the best package to help you to do this, quickly, easily, and in the best way possible, is today's discount software promotion -- Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro!

Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro offers innovative boot-time defrag technology and a variety of optimization algorithms to restore your computer to like-new levels of performance. With Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro, you'll be able to defragment a variety of critical system files using of four disk optimization algorithms, including special ones dedicated to SSD and VSS-enabled drives. An intuitive wizards walks you through all of your options, and you can use a scheduler to make certain your defrag processes always run when you need them. When all is said and done, Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro provides you with detailed reports and performance charts giving you the lowdown on everything that happened.

Even after the program finishes optimizing your system, Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro goes the extra mile by slowing down the process of fragmentation in the future. By merging your free disk space into a single block, future disk write operations result in less fragmentation! You can even use Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro to defrag only selected files and folders, saving time and concentrating optimization efforts on the applications that you use the most.

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Danny If I am not mistaken is pro version for a business entrepreneur and not needed for a private?
Aug 7 2012 at 12:58am Copy Link
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Lupke Brother @ Danny

Here is a comparison chart:
http://www.auslogics.com/...comparison
Aug 7 2012 at 1:06am Copy Link
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Bruce I have been using both Defraggler and Auslogics Defrag for past year or so and find both have merit. Auslogics seems a tad faster, especially for my external HDs. Defraggler has more customization of defragment parameters.

One thing I like about Defraggler that I wish would be added to Auslogics Defrag -- is the ability to mark certain files (or folders) that would be moved to the back of the disk. Very useful for items which are accessed infrequently, and thus do not need to be in faster area of disk. Examples such as large media or archival files. (Defraggler allows to specify size parameter and file extension parameter).
It would be great to have this feature in Auslogics Defrag.

And would be even better would be if it could also allow specifying folder(s), such as System Volume Information, etc., to be defragged and written to back end of disk.

Currently, when I have used Defraggler to move such files to back end of disk, then I mark those as to be Ignored by Auslogics Defrag. Note that Auslogics has a very easy-to-use way to right-click to ignore or resume op on individual files.

One other concern, Auslogics analyzes and tries to defrag two partition volumes on same physical disk simultaneously, which I think is causing too much disk access contention. I think multiple volumes on same physical disk should be done sequentially (not simultaneously). I have a C: and D: volume on my main internal HD and can see the simultaneous access on their activity graph. (I have previously sent comment suggestion in on this, and it seemed to be implemented for one release, then back to old simultaneous behavior.)

If these look like possible improvements, would love to hear it!

One last question: the Policy tab here states that "For versions after that, upgrades will require additional payment, which will not be discounted."
Is that accurate - or a typo?
The normal thing seems to be that most software vendors allow upgrades to future major version at significant discount (often 50%). So if policy is to require me (or any buyer) to re-buy each new version at full price, that is not a good or realistic policy, in my opinion.

Thank you for your considerations.
Aug 7 2012 at 1:43am Copy Link
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Danny In free version can I choose other languages like Dutch, however, pro version is missing this interface!
Aug 7 2012 at 1:57am Copy Link
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Lupke Brother @ Danny,

Klopt, is alleen in de free version, niet in de pro. Als je op softwarepuntcomputerideepuntnl kijkt, dan zie je 'm nog wel goedkoper staan.
Aug 7 2012 at 2:10am Copy Link
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Auslogics @ Danny

Dear Danny, Disk Defrag Pro can be used for corporate and private needs. The Pro stands to signify that the program has advanced features and extended functionality, which IT professionals and confident users like to work with, and which is something both business and home users can benefit from.
For more detailed information you can see the DD Pro features in the program comparison chart.

@ Lupke
Thanks a lot for the URL.
Auslogics - Aug 7 2012 at 3:06am Copy Link
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Amit I know of auslogics free edition popularity. but have been lately seen more recommendations for PURAN free defrag. Also i have O&O pro version. Any comparison of how Auslogics still has the edge over them ?
Aug 7 2012 at 5:13am Copy Link
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bvssunnydale Stupid question but - can this in any way work as a substitute for iTunes (which I hate) with an iPod? Thx.
Aug 7 2012 at 6:16am Copy Link
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Are there plans to add language interface (also Dutch) at pro version if free version?
Aug 7 2012 at 6:57am Copy Link
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Danny Are there plans to add language interface (also Dutch) at pro version if free version?
Aug 7 2012 at 7:01am Copy Link
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John Australia I was keen to grab this deal, but it seems the license is an annual one, and updates must be purchased in order to continue using the software - otherwise it expires... The website also states that the license is checked online every week.

This all seems rather extreme...
Aug 7 2012 at 6:32pm Copy Link
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Alby L When I set defrag by Time it isn't retaining the settings.I have it set for Weekly but it keeps reverting back to Daily.
Aug 7 2012 at 6:33pm Copy Link
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Danny This let me but passing. Rather Had with a free liftime insurance!
Aug 7 2012 at 11:51pm Copy Link
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Auslogics @ Alby

Sorry you’ve had this problem with the software! Not sure what the reason for that could be, we may need more details from you to get this figured out.
Please contact Auslogics tech support via email at support(at)auslogics.com (replace (at) with @) and they’ll be happy to help you get this resolved.
Auslogics - Aug 8 2012 at 12:01am Copy Link
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Auslogics @John

The annual subscription allows users to receive all program updates during the year. However, if you don’t renew your subscription, the program will remain fully functional on your computer, but you will not be able to update it to newer versions. There are certain situations when subscription status may change (like when a user renews their subscription, or asks for a refund after activating their license, or when we change the subscription status at a user's request, etc.) - the program has to check the subscription status to keep it up to date. This is common practice in the industry today.
Auslogics - Aug 8 2012 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Auslogics @ Bruce

Thank you very much for your suggestions!
Many of these features are already implemented in Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro – it has so many customization options! You should get the free trial – you may really like it. In the Optimize by Disk Zone mode you can set various types and sizes of files to be placed in the fast and slow zones. There is also optimization by access time, by change time, by Prefetch data, free space consolidation.
As for the upgrade question, this was a typo and we have corrected it.
Thanks a lot for pointing it out! We do offer discounts for current subscribers on all upgrades.
Auslogics - Aug 9 2012 at 8:03am Copy Link
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Auslogics @ Amit

The defrag mechanism of Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro is infinitely faster than any other defrag utility. Disk Defrag Pro has more advanced features - SSD-compatible mode, can operate in the background, offers optimization by disk zones and by access time, which Puran doesn’t. Our Disk Defrag is rated higher on CNet and many other similar sites, so there must be something that testing experts like more about it. :)
Auslogics - Aug 9 2012 at 8:06am Copy Link
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