Try AusLogics Disc Defrag. 1 hour with windows, 5 minutes with Auslogics and it has yet to tell me couldn't defrag something.ecko69x said:Defragmentation is complete for: (C
Some files on this volume could not be defragmented.
Please check the defragmentation report for the list of these files.
And I attached the report. Why can't it defrag some files?
I don't understand all the technical jargon, but it supposedly uses microsofts defrag utility, but it only defrags files that need it. It doesn't do every file every time. I generally do it once a week which also keeps the time down, although just doing this thru MS it still took an hour every week. I am interested in an opinion from more advanced users than myself after they have at least looked at it.redoak said:Perhaps it just isn't telling the whole story. Dishonest?
different algorithms. That may have been my first post here, wondering why windows defragger would show almost total red after a norton defrag.JohnWill said:Actually, that's not uncommon. I've run two defrag applications back to back to back, and they keep finding something to do, even after the other one finishes.