UltraDefrag 9 defragments your disks automatically when your computer is idle, so you always have your computer optimized.
UltraDefrag has the following Special features
- automatic defragmentation
- fast and efficient defragmentation algorithms
- safe environment preventing files corruption
- detailed file fragmentation reports
- defragmentation of individual files/folders
- defragmentation of locked system files
- defragmentation of NTFS metafiles (including MFT) and streams
- exclusion of files by path, size, and number of fragments
- fully configurable disk optimization
- disk processing time limit
- defragmentation of disks having the specified fragmentation level
- automatic hibernation or shutdown after the job completion
- a multilingual graphical interface (over 60 languages available)
- one click defragmentation via Windows Explorer’s context menu
- powerful command-line interface
- easy to use portable edition
- full support of 64-bit editions of Windows
Disk processing methods in UltraDefrag filehippo
There are three disk processing methods available: defragmentation, quick optimization and full optimization.
In the initial phase of the disk processing, the program analyzes the disk gathering information about files and free space gaps. Then, depending on the selected method, the program either defragment the disk or performs its optimization.
Defragmentation joins fragments together eliminating the fragmentation problem.
Full optimization moves all small files and fragments to the end of the disk to release space in the beginning. Then it moves files back, sorted by user-defined criteria, to speed up access to groups of small files. By default files are sorted by path in ascending order. Additionally FAT directories and NTFS master file tables get optimized as mentioned above.
Quick optimization is the same but it skips already sorted out files.
Process To Optimize Driver and Files.
The system optimization process is completed you can check easily.
Various Defragmentation Type of UltraDefrag filehippo
By Using Graphical Interface
UltraDefrag filehippo GUI is pretty straightforward: you select disks and then either analyze, or defragment, or optimize them. If multiple disks are selected they will be processed one by one. After the job completion you may open a file fragmentation report to check which files are still fragmented and why.
By Using Boot Time Defragmentation
If you see locked files in the report it does make sense to perform boot-time defragmentation. Click Action > Boot-time defragmentation and select the action you would like to perform. The program will show a reboot confirmation dialog then. Click Reboot now to reboot the computer and start the boot time processing immediately or click Reboot later to process selected disks at the next system reboot. Some files cannot be defragmented even at boot time, but most of them can.
By Using Automatic defragmentation
To defragment disks automatically click Settings > Preferences, then open the Automatic defragmentation tab, select the disks and click OK. The program will defragment the selected disks from time to time automatically when the computer is idle.
By Using Console Interface
Also, UltraDefrag uses its command-line interface to handle its context menu entries in Windows Explorer. Right-click any file/folder and select Defragment with UltraDefrag to defragment it. To stop defragmentation hit Ctrl+C or close the command prompt.
UltraDefrag puts its command-line tool to the %SystemRoot%\system32 folder, so it can be used without the full path specification. Just make sure you run it from an elevated command prompt as it requires administrative rights.
||32-bit, 64-bit and Itanium editions
||intel and AMD Based Processor
This UltraDefrag filehippo edition is a little bit faster, much stable (its driver contains just the most important parts). It has a console interface to speed up the defragmentation process. The boot-time feature is available too. The Micro Edition saves reports in plain text format.