Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro v4.0.0.40 Released

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  1. hayc59
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    Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro
    The professional edition of your favorite defragmenter. Now delivers even more speed to your hard drive,
    thanks to new optimization algorithms and boot-time defrag technology.


    • Defragments system files (MFT, pagefile, hiberfil, etc.)
    • Offers a choice of 4 disk optimization algorithms
    • Not only defrags, but prevents further fragmentation
    • Uses special algorithms for SSD and VSS-enabled drives
    • Shows detailed reports and performance charts

    Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro v4.0.0.40 Released
    February 09, 2012

    Whats New
    • Added an option "Do not show splash screen"
    • Changed an issue connected with incorrect calculations of a defragmenation progress
    • Fixed mistakes in a language file
    • Now an information panel can be decreased
    • Fixed minor bugs

    Product Info: Auslogics Pro
    Download: Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro
    View: Version History
  2. Narxis
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    Narxis Registered Member

    Best defrag software.
  3. reddice
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    reddice Registered Member

    Glad you can now disable the splash screen. It use to take longer with the splash screen and caused the fans to spin up now it opens right away with the splash screen disabled.
  4. andylau
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    andylau Registered Member

    Settings→program setting→general

    check the box "Do not show splash screen" , then press OK
  5. mata7
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    mata7 Registered Member

    on the free version there is a option that say "move file to the from of the disk" or something like that, i don't see this option on the pro
  6. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    after using for a while i find still that perfectdisk is the only one that can truly defrag and place the mft. auslogics can defrag it but leaves it scattered on the disk and perfectdisk will nicely place all the mft in one set area. other than this i really do like the new auslogics pro
  7. Narxis
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    Narxis Registered Member

    That's interesting. I will put back PerfectDisk 12.5 Pro and see if i can get some performance improvements.
  8. EASTER
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    EASTER Registered Member

    Odd, i noticed the exact same on my systems too. When allowed, PD completely defragged all the normally locked & fragmented MFT, pagefile, hiberfil files. I use UltimateDefrag to verify completion after a PerfectDisk boot-time defrag.

    If anyone knows of another, pls feel free to share your results. PD Boot-Defrag is one of my usual normal routines concluding a full defrag & consolidate with UD, and this combo is proved very reliable for me.


    Thnks
  9. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    so far perfectdisk is the only one i have found that does a proper boot time defrag. ultimate defrag i have had WAY to many non boot and broken mbr's from i just am done with it otherwise it was the only other one that did as well of a job of moving files. i REALLY want to like auslogics pro but the scattered mft is telling me the boot time is not doing a very good job imo. i have even tested diskeeper and it also does not do a very good boot time for me. it does seem to defrag everything but doesn't place it all nice and neat on the disk...
  10. Duradel
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    Duradel Registered Member

    Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro seems much more user friendly than perfect disk. I got the full version from the download crew for only $19 or so which was a bargain for a 3 user license.
  11. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    i agree it is but the defrag is no where as complete imo
  12. Duradel
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    Duradel Registered Member

    From what I've seen of Auslogics pro so far I've liked the profile building and boot time defrag options.

    At one stage I was running an 'optimize by access time' defrag and got a BSOD caused by bad memory. After rebooting it was impossible to reboot into windows even via safe mode. Had to re-install the entire OS but luckily was able to get the data off the HD using another boot disk.
  13. andylau
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    andylau Registered Member

    4.0.1.50 (29/03/2012)

    added a context menu option that allows to show/hide columns to the list of disks
    added a context menu option that allows to show/hide columns to the list of fragmented files
    improved work with scheduled tasks in the defragmentation scheduling window
    improved functionality of the Offline Defragmentation scheduling window when working with disks that already have a task scheduled
    fixed bugs that occurred when manual and automatic defragmentation were running at the same time
    fixed bugs that affected the program when it was minimized to tray
    corrected Offline Defrag mode error caused by absence of paging file on disk
    improved information display during Offline Defragmentation
    now you can setup and save alignments of all lists in the application
    corrected error in Optimization by Disk Zone algorithm when user-entered file masks did not register
    corrected language file errors
    made improvements to installer
    fixed minor errors in the program and additional modules
    fixed all memory leaks and program freeze-ups
  14. Frank648
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    Frank648 Registered Member

    There are DiskDefrag Pro 4.0.1.50 and BoostSpeed 5.2.1.10.
    BoostSpeed also contains a DiskDefrag, but I have not found any info as to what version.
    Are they both the same, or is one a newer one?
  15. zfactor
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    zfactor Registered Member

    its the non pro version
  16. EASTER
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    EASTER Registered Member

    Thanks for posting that critical issue you experienced. I use another type Defragger and i have suffered a similar malfunction. My only guess was that something didn't quite gel as expected or the disk/file system was overtaxed or at the very least delivered some motion that created a serious system corruption.
    I believe their very rare but sometimes happen with no warning.
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