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Diy Datarecovery Disktune - Freeware Disk Defragmentation And Optimization

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    Posted 02 September 2009 - 06:08 AM

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    DiskTune is an easy to use, on-demand, no frills disk optimizer and defragmentation utility for FAT, FAT32 and NTFS formatted drives. Through a simple to use mechanism you can create 'jobs' that enable you to schedule or launch disk optimization with just one click. DiskTune is freeware. DiskTune reorganizes your disk and will make it faster and more responsive.

    DiskTune is safe: It relies on the proven and reliable Windows defrag API to move files. It checks the volume state prior to defragmentation. DiskTune features a VSS safe-mode to reduce interaction between defragmentation and shadow copies and a thermal monitor to protect your hard disk from overheating.


    Works in Microsoft Windows XP, 2003 Server, Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)
    Supported file systems: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS
    Safe to use: utilizes Windows defrag API and other high level APIs only
    3 operating modes: defrag, optimize and compact
    HDD temperature monitor (unique!); DiskTune will pause when your disk gets too hot
    Easily create and run jobs
    VSS safe-mode to reduce interaction between defragmentation and shadow copies
    Explorer integration, can defrag selected folder only
    Boot optimization utilizing the Windows layout.ini file
    MFT defragmentation and optimization (online)

    RescueME Virus Removal

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