WinContig – Specially defragment stand-alone file or folder

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In the disk defragmenter field there are a lot of great software, I just don’t list their names one by one. AppNee only recommended Auslogics Disk Defrag and MyDefrag (formerly known as JkDefrag) these two defragmentation tools.

This lightweight WinContig i want to recommend to you today is very creative, it can quickly defragment stand-alone file or folder, without having to defrag the whole disk. The benefit is very obvious, for example, you defraged a hard disk or partition not long ago, but there is a folder dedicated to BT download inside it, so we only need to defrag this folder and that’s OK.

The defragmentation and analysis engine of WinContig is written based on Microsoft’s standard API library, so it not only supports filter and can set the priority of files, but also accepts a number of optional conmand-line switches that you can use to control how the program operates.

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