Buzzsaw truly is a do-it-yourself defragmenter for those who require no interface and who like to work in DOS. The program consists of two executables, one that runs in Windows and monitors your system in the background as you work, defragging whenever it detects a change. The other, which runs only from the DOS command-line prompt, does defragging based on parameters selected by the user. In our tests, defragging results were decent but did not noticeably improve system performance. The included help file is basic and may not answer all questions. The most worthwhile part of this program is the component that monitors your system--the user-unfriendliness of the on-demand defragger suggests that you use Windows' built-in utility instead.
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|Publisher||Mind Array Technology|
|Publisher web site||http://www.dirms.com/|
|Release Date||April 28, 2003|
|Date Added||April 28, 2003|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||2|