What is the best defragmenter for Win2K NTFS file system?

TechMaster

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And please ... not the "free" one.. the BEST one... (ofcourse the "free" one can also be the best one...:p)

Thanks :)
 

bahree

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Windows 2000 has a built-in defrager (unlike NT) which in my personal opinion is pretty good. It does the job and does it well.

I run it on an average of once/week and am quite happy with it :)

Make sure you delete the temp files and clear the internet cache as that would speed up the performace.

Regards,
Amit.
 

AfterBurn

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I very happily use Raxco's Perfectdisk 2000. Its fast, thoroughly consolidates free space, rearranges files according to usage pattern, defrags pagefile and MFT, and it even allows me to simultaniously defrag remote workstations that have the program installed too.
I also tried Diskeeper, but that was so sloooooow. First time defrag (and it was a mess, i admit), incl. mft and pagefile took about 8 hours to complete. Did not like that. :Q

Hope this helps some.