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For a limited time, Raxco Software is offering a fully functional free defrag solution: PerfectDisk Free Defrag. PD Free is a simple solution that does not require a license key to operate with full functionality.

The fastest, most complete and most flexible defrag and optimization solution for PC and laptop performance. PerfectDisk Free Defrag combines speed, thoroughness, flexibility, control, automation, and ease-of-use to help make your PCs and laptops as fast as possible.

PerfectDisk Free Defrag launches with a Quick Defrag scan and optimization, then defaults to the patented exclusive SMARTPlacement intelligent optimization method.

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SMARTPlacement is PerfectDisk’s patented default method that defragments all your files, consolidates free space, and optimizes the drive according to file usage. It provides the most complete defragmentation possible and slows down refragmentation of your drive. Quick Defrag only defragments fragmented files without attempting to place files according to usage patterns or attempting to consolidate free space. It provides the fastest defragmentation pass but is not the most thorough and it should only be used if you have lots of free space.

Configure and manage PerfectDisk defragmentation schedules using the One-Time, Daily or Weekly defrag schedule buttons.

Download web installer: PerfectDisk Free Defrag 1.0.0 | 801 KB

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Note: StealthPatrol Auto-Optimization, OptiWrite, Space Management & S.M.A.R.T. Monitoring are NOT available in PerfectDisk Free Defrag. To access these features, try PerfectDisk Pro.

Got that line from "releasenotes", :rolleyes: I guess the cut down version would be available when the final is released, and right now they are offering full version in beta? There's some confusion over the features, if someone can clear it, be my guest. :)

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on March 30, 2012 at 9:39 am


The beta is v1.0 – (Beta) was a misprint. Thanks!

Found on their blog page of course ;)

You are correct. Thanks for the info. Thread and title edited. :)

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