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Author Topic: Disktrix UltimateDefrag v. 5  (Read 1748 times)


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Disktrix UltimateDefrag v. 5
« on: May 30, 2017, 05:41 PM »
$30 or $18

They claim it's new:

  • August 2010: UltimateDefrag Version 3 is here! As an owner of previous versions of UltimateDefrag, you are eligible for a reduced price upgrade of just $17.95, which is 40% off the regular price.
  • June 2012: We´re pleased to announce UltimateDefrag Version 4. As a purchaser of a previous version, you´re entitled to a 40% discount off the normal price. You pay just $17.97 for an upgrade.
  • May 2017: UltimateDefrag Version 5 is here. We are offering you the opportunity to upgrade at a 40% DISCOUNT off. YOU PAY ONLY $17.97 and you can install on 3 PCs when you  enter the coupon code: (x) when you order.
-Disktrix UltimateDefrag

(x)= They have not told me not to tell the coupon code. It is: UD5UPG

Regarding Solid State Drives:

>>UltimateDefrag also works with SSD (Solid State Drives) however since SSD's do not suffer the same physical structure limitations that slow hard drives you will not see any performance benefits from the file placement routines. If you still want to defrag your SSDs then choose UltimateDefrag's consolidation method with no options but FragProtect for complete defrags that move minimal amounts of data. <<

I don't dare to trust this feature. SSD can easily be harmed by defragging! But the article went on:

>>At the end of the day for those who fear that their SSD will wear out due to too much file writing, UltimateDefrag will move minimal amounts of data when you select FragProtect and also built in inplace defragging will also only move fragments that it needs to to make your files contiguous.<<
« Last Edit: June 02, 2017, 02:18 PM by Curt, Reason: SSD »