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FragExt Defrags Individual Files

FragExt Defrags Individual Files

Windows only: Free application FragExt adds an entry to your right-click context menu so you can defragment individual files on demand. To use it, just right-click the file you want to defrag, then select FragExt -> Defragment. You can also run reports on the fragmentation of individual files and copy…

Defragment Multiple Drives on a Schedule in Vista

Defragment Multiple Drives on a Schedule in Vista

The How-To Geek points us to a little-touted but largely useful feature included in Windows Vista’s recent Service Pack 1 update—scheduled defragmenting of multiple hard drives. You can access Vista’s defrag utility by typing dfrgui into the “Start Search” box. It’s far more convenient (and reliable) than setting up batch…