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  • Great stuff, I currently use PerfectDisk defrag but I like lightweight console applications. I’ll give it a try!

  • Yep, lightweight is good. :) Large fancy GUI and ton of buttons are not really needed to defragment.

  • @Rarst: You’re always a step ahead, I was just about to write about JKDefrag in my blog…:) Anyway, back on track, I’ve been using it for a long time and IMO it’s the best defragger for Windows. The thing I like most is the detailed disk map and the fact that it’s portable.

    As far as the screensaver concerns, you can configure it so that it doesn’t run if you’ve recently defragged the hard drive. The default setting is set to 4 hours, but this can be changed.

    BTW, are the screenshots from your computer?

  • >As far as the screensaver concerns, you can configure it so that it doesn’t run if you’ve recently defragged the hard drive. The default setting is set to 4 hours, but this can be changed.

    Thanks for details. :) I hadn’t poked screensaver much and it was quite a few versions ago.

    >BTW, are the screenshots from your computer?

    …………I am not answering this one! :)))

  • @DataRat

    I’ve read more than once that continuous background defragmentation is bad idea and tend to believe that.

    Also IObit got itself into real trouble with Malwarebytes recently which had nearly destroyed its reputation from reactions I see online.

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