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Optimizing Windows Vista

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Not that Auslogics disk defrag isn't great (it is), but it does not defragment your page file or any system files. I would suggest downloading and installing Puran's Free Edition and doing a boot time defrag that will place your system files at the fastest possible position on the drive and will defragment your MFT as well as your page file.

Puran Defrag is a very easy to use defragmentation and optimization utility. It provides many features which include revolutionary PIOZR, automatic defragmentation, boot time defragmentation, low priority defrag, individual file/folder defrag, GUI and console command line, restart/shutdown after boot time defrag, and native support for 64 bit systems. All these features are combined together to give your system a real speed boost.

Edited by ParagonGeek, 26 September 2010 - 12:32 PM.

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