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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/O&ODefrag.png" class="logo" alt="O&ODefrag" title="O&ODefrag" />Unleash the hidden performance of your computer with the minimum effort. O&O Defrag 12 Professional Edition packs file fragments quickly and securely back together to optimize your hard disk under Windows. Its functionality ranges from a fully automated defragmentation to an individual professional set up. It can do everything a truly good defragmentation software should be able to do. The new background monitoring function helps to prevent fragmentation at source. Newly added and modified files are analyzed and defragmented whenever they are not being accessed. O&O Defrag makes sure that your hard disk is constantly performing at its peak.

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unknownasphyxiated

can anyone give some review about this software??

currently using Auslogics and might change to O&O if got some good review about it

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Myself having a SSD drive as main do not defrag that :) Lousy feedback (I know)

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Wish to change ? I would go for Ultimate Defrag or Diskeeper and both can be found here ! ;)

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I've been using it for a while and I like it a lot. I used Perfect Disk for a long time but I find the O&O app to be lighter on resources. It never slows my system down when it's doing stuff in the background and it seems to keep things defragmented nicely. It was easy to set up and tweak it to exclude certain disks or folders from being monitored and defragged.

One thing that is tricky with it is that you have to allow your firewall to give it access to the net for it to work properly. It doesn't actually go online to work but it seems to need that kind of network access in order to be able to communicate with its own components properly. I think perhaps that many people who have had issues with getting it to work properly didn't understand that.

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