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Thanks to someone who posted here a few months back (I cannot remember whom...sorry I can't give you credit), I discovered JkDefrag, a defrag program that meets some very important criteria for me. It's free (cost), open-source, and very effective.

 

However, one confusing element of the program for many is that to use advanced features (such as defrag one specific partition instead of the entire drive), the user had to use the command line.

 

Using stumbleupon last night, I stumbled into a GUI which is built for JkDefrag which automates the advances option for the user.

 

Link to JkDefrag here: http://www.kessels.com/JkDefrag/

Link to JkDefrag GUI here: http://www.emro.nl/freeware/

 

I'm sorry if this is a duplicate post, but I thought I would post it incase someone is interested! :b33r::b33r:

Edited by bg1256
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Using stumbleupon last night, I stumbled into a GUI which is built for JkDefrag which automates the advances option for the user.

Um, all the GUIs are listed in the JKDefrag homepage and in the docs that come with JKDefrag when you download it.

 

Personally I use the JKDefragStarter GUI, nice and simple and no bloat.

 

(Shouldn't this thread be in the Windows or Software sections?)

Edited by JDPower
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I'm going to try this out and see how it works. I used to use Diskeeper, but they don't let me run the home edition on my install of Vista business...I hope this works out for me.

 

Edit: Looks like a great app/gui to me. I ran it and if the drive map is right, my HD is a lot better! :)

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