Defraggler defragmenting in Windows 8
|Initial release||August 18, 2008|
|Stable release||2.17.898 (February 6, 2014 ) [±]|
|Operating system||Windows XP and later|
|Platform||IA-32 and x64|
|Available in||English, Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Bosnian, Brazilian Portuguese (Portugues do Brasil), Bulgarian, Catalan (Catala), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech (Ceský), Danish, Dutch (Nederlands), Estonian, Finnish (Suomi), French (Français), Georgian, German (Deutsch), Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian (Magyar), Italian (Italiano), Japanese, Lithuanian (Lietuviu), Norwegian, Persian, Polish (Polski), Portuguese (Portugues), Romanian (Romana), Russian, Slovak, Spanish (Espanol), Swedish (Svenska), Turkish (Türkçe), Ukrainian, Vietnamese..|
Defraggler is a free donationware defragmentation utility developed by Piriform, which allows users to defragment individual files on their computer system. Defraggler runs on Microsoft Windows; it has support for all versions since Windows XP. It includes support for both IA-32 and x64 versions of these operating systems.
Defraggler can defragment individual files, groups of files (in a folder) or an entire disk partition, either by the user's command or automatically on a schedule. It supports FAT32, NTFS, and exFAT. It can also be installed as a portable application on a USB flash drive. Defragmenting RAID disks are also supported, although no details are supplied.
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