UltraDefrag (32-bit)

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  • 5.0 stars


    July 11, 2012  |   By sriyantra


    Have an older XP tower with a hard drive that could never be properly defrag with MS utility (no matter how may attempts) for years. Decided to give this a try....

    On the first run 67 fragmented files were reduced to 9! The anal retentive side of me decided to keep going. So I ran the MS utility and it seemed to improve even more. So went back and forth between Ultra and MS (about three times) until "0" fragmented files was achieved!!! Holly Crap!!!!


    NONE! At least from this initial experience.


    For the first time in years, my hard drive is clean... Will definitely install on my laptops. I too would recommend this program!

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