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UltraDefrag 5.0.1

Par UltraDefrag Development Team  (Source libre)
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UltraDefrag is a powerful disk defragmentation tool for Windows. It is the first open source defragmenter with full support of system locked files defragmentation. Actually all files including registry hives and paging file can be processed by UltraDefrag during the Windows boot process.

  • Boot Time Defragmentation: This feature provides an ability to defragment any system files. Including page file, registry hives, hiberfil.sys file and many other files locked by the system or other applications when windows is fully running.
  • Fast Disk Optimization: The optimizer rearranges all data and places them to the beginning of the drive. In many instances we have found, that the system is more stable and performs a lot better under load, if data is placed at the beginning of the drive.
  • Single File and Folder Defragmentation: After UltraDefrag is installed you have the ability to select any file or folder and deframent it. This option is mostly useful, if you have recently installed an application or a game and would like to have it defragmented immediately for maximum performance.

This is the 32-bit version.

Titre: UltraDefrag 5.0.1 (32-bit)
Nom de fichier: ultradefrag-5.0.1.bin.i386.exe
Taille de fichier: 405KB (414,780 Octets)
Exigences: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Langues: Langues Multiples
Licence: Source libre
Date ajoutée: janvier 9, 2012
Auteur: UltraDefrag Development Team
ultradefrag.sourceforge.net
Vérification MD5: 859B13674DF4A5C615AF4EB6FB768F8F

- few important bugs in disk processing routines were fixed
- few bugs in MFT optimizer were fixed
- one bug causing boot time interface freeze after "Good bye..." message was fixed
- the following translations were updated:
> Finnish, Indonesian, Italian
- some additions to the tips, FAQ and GUI sections of the documentation

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