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Free Paragon Total Defrag 2010!
Posted By Ashraf On December 20, 2010 @ 11:16 AM In Freebies | 27 Comments
The following is a description of Paragon Total Defrag 2010, as per the developer:
File system starts out with all or most of its files contiguous, and becomes more and more fragmented as a result of the file creation and deletion over the time. Thus files and their parts become spread all over the hard disk, which follows the delays in the hard disk work and further lower performance. Total Defrag 2010 is a new comprehensive product for total file system defragmentation and optimization. Built on original Paragon technologies, it performs complete low-level defragmentation that provides almost zero fragmentation level.
Key Features and Benefits of Total Defrag 2010:
Last year dotTech reviewed reviewed Paragon Total Defrag 2010 . The final verdict in that review sums up my opinion on the program:
While I do like the fact that Paragon Total Defrag 2010 allows users to create bootable media, defrag/compact MFT, it still needs a little bit of development in terms of adding some basic features, like a scheduler and ability to defrag multiple partitions at once. That said, the real advantage of Paragon Total Defrag 2010 is the ability to create bootable media and defrag without logging into Windows. If you need that kind of capabilities, get Paragon Total Defrag 2010. Otherwise, I see no other reason to download a ~75 MB defrag tool when ~2 MB ones will work just as well. [...]
Smaller sized, freeware alternatives to Paragon Total Defrag 2010 are as follows:
On a personal level, I always turn to Auslogics Defrag for my defragging needs.
To get Paragon Total Defrag 2010 for free, follow these simple directions:
Version being given out for free:
Free updates: Unknown – probably not
Supported OS: Windows 2000 and higher
Download size: 130 MB
If you are registering a new account, you will need to confirm your account before you can use it. Look for an e-mail in the inbox of the e-mail address you registered with from noreply@st?ore.compute?ractive.co.?uk with subject of store.computeractive.co.uk – New Account?. In the e-mail there will be a link you need to follow:
…to open up the registration page  where you can register for the free keycode:
Enter the registration information you received via e-mail and finish installing.
If you are having trouble getting Paragon Total Defrag 2010 for free, post below and other dotTechies or I will try to help.
Thanks acr !
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 reviewed Paragon Total Defrag 2010: http://dottech.org/shareware-reviews/12292
 Auslogics Defrag: http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag
 IObit Smart Defrag: http://www.iobit.com/iobitsmartdefrag.html
 Defraggler: http://www.piriform.com/defraggler
 MyDefrag: http://www.mydefrag.com/
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 acr: http://www.raymond.cc/forum/personal-giveaways/25644-paragon-total-defrag-2010-free.html
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