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Is there still a need for a third party defragger or has it become excess bloatware?
#1
The Windows built in defrag has not always been adequate enough for my liking and I have always used a third parties defragger previously, but the Windows 10 defrag seems pretty efficient.
Is there still a need for a separarate defragger or has it become excess bloatware?
Over the years I have commonly used defraggler by Piriform, although I have Iobit Smart Defrag 6 on my desktop at the moment, but is it really necessary any more?
Who is still using third party defrag programs? and is it out of habit or calculated decision?
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#2
Есть такая потребность в стороннем дефрагментаторе про наличии твердотельного накопителя
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#3
I've never really seen any significant speedup by using a defrag program, neither the built in windows tool nor any third party tool. However, I tend to reinstall my entire system at least once a year, sometimes even more regulary, so that's some kind of "defrag" as well... When comparing third party tools to the built in there were no significant differences in the result - the gui is sometimes more sometimes less interesting/informative, but if really needed, the Windows builtin defrag does a pretty decent job.

However, all this is only true for classical harddrives, on a solid state drive (or usb-stick/...), defrag should definately be avoided as it significantly lowers the drives livetime and doesn't give any speed improvement at all.
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