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Hey what are the difference between degragging programs or is the windows one included just fine. The program i use is AusLogics.

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Good third-party defraggers like Auslogics Disk Defrag do a much better job of defragging. I don't know how else to say it.
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post #3 of 4
Included defragmenter is fine. Third party ones use the same defragmenter API but they tweak it to their own strategy. Like some will try to move frequently changed files towards the end of the drive since they tend to fragment.

AusLogics is a good one to use.
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The Auslogic one has a optimize function.

I use it on all my PCs, running Windows(duh).
    
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