Monthly Archives: August 2009

Auslogics Disk Defrag vs Defraggler

Edit: I wrote this post two and a half years ago. It is no longer relevant. Please don’t read it. Fragmentation Just like the cables underneath your desk, things on your hard drive have a tendency to get tangled. Files fragments are scattered and things get harder and harder to find. Thankfully, Windows has come with its very own Disk defragmenter since Windows 95, but many (faster) alternatives have been made available to the public. In this review, I will be comparing AusLogic’s Disk Defrag and Piriform’s Defraggler. User Interface Auslogics Disk Defrag Auslogics Disk Defrag features a minimalistic design. At the top, your disk drives are listed alphabetically by their drive letters. At the bottom, the selected disk is displayed as a grid. Defraggler Defraggler’s User Interface is very similar to that of Auslogics Disk Defrag. Drives are listed at the top; a grid is show underneath it.… more →