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Free UltimateDefrag V.1.72

November 3rd, 2008 surfer


computermdbismarck.comUltimateDefrag is a revolutionary defrag software that not only lets you defrag, but also place the files you want the best performance from onto the faster areas of your hard drive and also get all of your unused data right out of the way and repositioned onto the slower areas of your drive in order to make way for the data that you want to place in the “hot” sections of your hard drive where performance is greatest.

UltimateDefrag has a High Performance file section option so that you can get the best possible performance out the programs you want the best performance from, whether it’s particular game, program or data file. You can move these programs and files ahead of other files and folders to the area of your drive that gives you the best performance.


System Requirements :

  • Windows Vista (All Versions) and Windows XP (All Versions)

  • Hard Drive (internal or removable) with NTFS or FAT32 file system

  • 3.3 MB Free Hard Disk Space
  • 3D Graphics Accelerator for best performance of GUI Disk Display

The Ideal Scenario :

Your hard drive is capable of performing around 4 times what manufacturers specify as average performance for your hard drive. This is what UltimateDefrag strives to achieve. In order to have your hard drive perform as fast as it is capable of and even faster than the average rated speed, four elements need to be considered.

  1. Your files need to be defragmented in order to minimize drive head movement while reading a file

  2. Your files need to be placed as far as possible towards the outer tracks of your hard drive in order to be accessed from the fastest part of the hard drive

  3. Your files need to be placed or consolidated as closely together as possible to minimize head movement while loading different files-also known as “seek confinement”

  4. Files that are rarely used should be placed out of the way so that your most used files are clustered as closely together as possible

Data Access

When the CPU submits a request for a file from the hard drive – this is what happens :

  1. CPU sends request to the hard drive

  2. The read/write head moves into position above the track where the data is. This is the seek and the amount of time taken is the seek time.

  3. The read/write head waits until the data that is requested spins underneath the head. It then reads the data. The time taken for the data to move beneath the head is the latency and is usually the time it takes for the platter to rotate a half revolution

  4. Data is accessed and transferred back to the CPU

UltimateDefrag Mindset Goals

The mindset you should have when performing your Defrag Scenarios is to aim towards :

  • Defragging Files

  • Getting your rarely used data out of the way – ZIP files, unused system files, etc

  • Getting your most often used data to the outer tracks, in some form of logical sequence and as close together and compacted as possible to improve “seek confinement”

  • Maintaining optimum performance

  • Making subsequent defrags as brief and fast as possible

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