Auslogics Disk Defrag 3.1.0.60

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  1. tgell

    tgell Registered Member

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    http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/

    Changes in Version 3.1.0.60 (11/12/2009):
    * improved processing of files blocked by the system (e.g. system restore points)
    * added new color to the map – unmovable files
    * fixed a compaction algorithm bug that moved files into the MFT zone when there wasn’t enough disk space
    * tuned up color theme colors – now they match better
    * improved tray program operation
    * simplified program interface
    * improved program installer, fixed a bug that caused incorrect installation of a new version over an older version
    * corrected mistakes in language files
     
  2. firzen771

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    thx for the heads up and its a nice update with some nice changes.
     
  3. deanmartin

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    Nice program that keeps Improving, Ive Been using it about 2 years now without any problems and even bought there Registry Defrag which used to be free. What I like about the Disk Defrag is that its fast and can be used manualy without running in the background. It suites my needs just fine.
     
  4. firzen771

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    ye i agree.
     
  5. softtouch

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    I like that it now compact the files, to have the free space at the end. Good if you want to resize the partiotion.
     
  6. Fuzzfas

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    I was using it in XP, but in 7, i think the built-in defragmenter is better. Everytime i did a defrag with the built-in and then followed by Auslogics, despite the "move on front" for system files, it did nothing different, as a matter of fact it left some files "isolated".

    IMHO, with the arrival of Win7 disk defragmenters are by far the most overhyped piece of software out there and yet there are people that are even willing to pay for it!

    I once in XP used the (free) Auslogics and then the trial of one that it was mentioned in this forum as the "best" defragmenter. It did nothing compared to Auslogics. Wasted money, all hype and nothing more.
     
  7. tgell

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    Well,
    I do not know what they did but the version is now listed as 3.1.0.65 with the same release date and no difference in the change log.
     
  8. firzen771

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    hmm werid, maybe ther was a very minor change they made on the same day anf felt it was minor enuff to not need a new changelog? or they just havent posted the new changelog yet.
     
  9. andyman35

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    Now that IOBit have been discredited so no more SmartDefrag for me;this looks like being the one to go for.:thumb:
     
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