You indicated most of your systems are running Win 7, which (as you noted) already has an automatic defragmenting application. You can adjust the defragmenting schedule if desired. In my own experience, I once used the Defraggler program by Piriform which is a good program. The only issue I encountered is that Defraggler may indicate the HDD (the C drive on my machine) has fragmented areas, when the Win 7 defragmenter application shows no fragmentation. When I ran the Defraggler program again, it would indicate even more fragmented areas than when I first ran it. After receiving some advice within the BC Forums here on the issue, I've just relied on the stock Win 7 defragmentation application alone.
IMHO, I would just use the Win 7 defragmentation program that's already built-in.
Edited by spc3rd, 15 June 2013 - 02:58 AM.
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