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Smart Defrag 3 Final is available.

Best Free Disk Defragmenter with 30M Users

 

 

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- E-mail us your suggestions or comments directly: sdfeedback@iobit.com

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The top 10 most valuable beta contributors' names will be printed in the Final version.

 

 

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What's new in Smart Defrag v3:

+ New Disk Defrag Engine - With the new disk defrag engine, the defragmentation is 100% secure and the disk optimization ability is much more powerful.

+ New Intelligent Prioritize Files Function - Prioritize files intelligently and defragment fragments drastically.

+ New Metro Style UI - New defragmenting map and improved function to enlarge and narrow interface.

+ Supports Win 8/ 8.1 Metro Apps Defrag - Fully supports the defragmentation of Windows 8/8.1 Metro Apps for faster access and smoother running experience.

+ Enhanced Logs - Automatically save logs for Defrag and Analyze.

+ Memory and System Resources - Reduced Smart Defrag's usage of memory and system resources.

+ Defrag and Fast Optimize - Improved and accelerated Defrag and Fast Optimize.

+ Enhanced Stability - Enhanced the stability of Boot Time Defrag.

+ Windows 8/8.1- Fully supports Windows 8/8.1.

+ And More to Be Discovered by You.

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reading a review about another defrag and saw it had a good idea that perhaps iobit could consider.

 

"One interesting new feature this time is the option to securely wipe your drive's free space as the defrag works. This enhances your privacy by ensuring that snoopers won't be able to recover confidential files, but of course means you won't be able to undelete them, either, so needs to be used with care."

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Hi Guys,

 

Thanks for your feedbacks.

 

Smart Defrag 3 beta 1.0 will be released soon. Please be patient.:-D

 

@Orange, thanks for your suggestion. Well, Smart Defrag will give you surprise with improved functions and new features. Let's waiting for it.

Does anyone know about when this will be available to download beta program?

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Disk Optimization

 

SSD optimization should include a technology that produces faster performance in solid state drives running on Microsoft operating systems. A Hyper Fast technology that includes a functionality and is enabled only if a solid-state drive is recognized.

Automatically prevents split, from being generated when a file is typically broken into pieces before write.

Monitors disk data, checks for critical file system problems, warns of critical problems or an imminent disk failure, generates alerts by e-mail or text messages.

Smart Defrag should immediately defrags newly fragmented files before they can slow performance. Instant Defrag is an engine that consolidates any fragments, defrag instantaneously without the need to analyse the drive.

Smart Defrag Strategically moves files into a sequential order that minimizes the number of tasks requests during the boot process.

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Great care must be taken regarding ssd defragging and or optimisation. An ssd is not like a normal HD, in that an ssd has a finite number of read/write cycles, and the more you read/write the shorter the lifespan of the ssd. So defragging/optimisation would have a serious impact on the ssd lifespan.

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Hi Scannan

I agree!

The number of read/write cycles that was expected earlier on by the specialist have gone down and down - they started in the 100.000 cycle range,but I doubt that any would claim more than 10% of that today, some are as low as 1%.

I came across this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wear_leveling amongst others

I do hope they will come up with a solution to this in the near future, but it might need a whole new approach

Cheers

solbjerg

 

Great care must be taken regarding ssd defragging and or optimisation. An ssd is not like a normal HD, in that an ssd has a finite number of read/write cycles, and the more you read/write the shorter the lifespan of the ssd. So defragging/optimisation would have a serious impact on the ssd lifespan.
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Hi Scannan

I agree!

The number of read/write cycles that was expected earlier on by the specialist have gone down and down - they started in the 100.000 cycle range,but I doubt that any would claim more than 10% of that today, some are as low as 1%.

I came across this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wear_leveling amongst others

I do hope they will come up with a solution to this in the near future, but it might need a whole new approach

Cheers

solbjerg

@scannan AND @solbjerg, I also agree, it would make the system more vulnerable day by day and too slow

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What exactly do you suggest regarding special optimisation. Is there some secret method of doing this without defragging the ssd but still make the files contiguous, and is this special optimisation possible without an unnecessary increase in the amount of read/write cycles.

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Octavian

 

Yes, there is a way of caring for your ssd. It is exactly the same way as you care for your hdd. Do not overclean it. Do not allow junk to build up. Do not allow the registry to become cluttered, but do not over clean it. With a ssd, dependent on your rate of usage, a registry clean once or twice a month is probably more than adequate. There is no need to continuously defrag a hdd, and little gain from doing so. You really only need to defrag when your fragment rate exceeds 5%. A ssd does not need defragging or optimising as it does not operate the same way as a hdd.

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Does anyone know where to put the registration number for Pro?? :-?

 

 

-Cowboy

 

Hi dv8cowboy,

 

Thanks for your feedback.

 

Here is the step-by-step registration guidance with screenshots to register Smart Defrag Pro: http://www.iobit.com/hotquestions-sdv2.php

 

Please note: You should install a Pro version of Smart Defrag and you can download it from http://download.iobit.com/defragsetup-pro.exe

 

Thanks for choosing IObit to care your PC.

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@Cicely!

 

Hi dv8cowboy,

 

Thanks for your feedback.

 

Here is the step-by-step registration guidance with screenshots to register Smart Defrag Pro: http://www.iobit.com/hotquestions-sdv2.php

 

Please note: You should install a Pro version of Smart Defrag and you can download it from http://download.iobit.com/defragsetup-pro.exe

 

Thanks for choosing IObit to care your PC.

 

 

Got 'er dun Sheila!...as I said in the other General Forum thread! Thank you very much from one admiring fan! :grin:

 

 

-Cowboy

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Octavian

 

Smart defrag already has these features.They are called...

Defrag only

Defrag and fast optimize

Defrag and fully optimize.

It also has Boot Defrag feature for normally unmovable files.

There really is nothing more that can be done with defraging.

No ordinary user should be defragging their disk on a daily basis, as it will reduce disk life unnecessarily and will achieve virtually no performance gain.

Only users who are doing massive amounts of file creation requiring a huge amount of read/write cycles on a daily basis would need to consider daily defragging.

ASC has all the disc error checking tools a user needs.

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Trim is an optimization tool that is used on an SSD. It would be nice to see a trim compatibility with smart defrag so it can service both drives.

 

edit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trim_(computing)

 

I really cannot understand why an article about trim was attached to my post. I did not misspeak. Although some ssd do auto-trim there are a good number of them that require a specific utility to use the trim data and clean the drive. When I was using an intel ssd the command itself was called trim to start the optimization. That was some time ago though.

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