deathvirus_me said:Get O&O Defrag .. its much better ..
madmaniac said:Why do you want to buy one when so many good ones are available for free.
UltraDefrag - An Open Source Defragmenter
Ultra Defragmenter is a defrag tool for Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003 and Vista. You can control it either via the graphical user interface (GUI) or the command line. It is released with source code and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
WinContig allows you to defragment your hard disk, folders and/or individual files. It works on Windows 2000, XP and Vista. You can also use Windows Task Scheduler to create defragmentation schedules. It can either (at your option) defragment a file into the first free area it finds, or look for an area that best fits the file you are defragmenting. If there is no space big enough to fit the defragmented file, it will try to defrag as much of the file as possible.
JkDefrag is a Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista disk defrag utility that runs automatically on all your drives when invoked. You can force it to defragment only a particular volume or file if you wish (via the command line), although the default is to defrag everything. You can also invoke it via administrator scripts, run it in the background via Windows Scheduler, and use the Windows Screen Saver version to run whenever the screen saver is invoked.
PageDefrag defrags your Windows page file, Registry hives, event log files and hibernation files. These are files that the built-in Windows defragger is unable to defragment since they are open for exclusive access when Windows is running. PageDefrag is a boot-time defragmentation utility - it reboots the computer and defragments those files at boot-time, that is, before all the subsystems in Windows start up. The utility only works in Windows NT, 2000 and XP.
These are just a few.