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Old February 14, 2013, 08:19 AM
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I'd have to partially disagree with you JD. While a basic defrag doesn't seem to give much in the way of performance results, I have found that the boot file(s) defrag will make a computer boot faster. I haven't really used it on a Win7 or Win8 computer though so results may vary.

To the OP, defraggler is one of the best free ones out there so I'd say's worth downloading. Not sure you will see much in the way of real world performance results though unless your mechanical drive is nearly full and heavily fragmented.

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