O&O DefragI want to introduce you to a powerful tool that works under the Windows operating system and serves to defragment hard drives. Of course, the program can work with different file systems, from FAT/32 to NTFS/5, and different Volume/Stripe Sets arrays are also supported. With this development you can safely forget about the standard utility from Windows? It also seems to know how to defragment disks and download O&O Defrag at the link below.I would like to note that the program will not interfere with the main work of the computer, it sits in the tray and runs in the background, without loading the system at all, you can also set a schedule on which O&O Defrag will start and perform certain operations. I would also like to note that the development can be built into Microsoft Management Console, from where it will be easy to manage.Any user will be able to choose the desired mode of defragmentation of the hard disk, only five of them, in general, they are not very different from each other, but still I think you will be able to choose the appropriate one at work. O&O Defrag is available in different versions, there is, for example, a completely free version, it certainly has limitations on the amount of time, defragmentation size and so on, this version has all the necessary functions, there is a Server version designed to work in local networks. Note that O&O Defrag can work in a fully automatic mode, the program looks at the level of fragmentation, and if it is high, it starts up and performs the necessary actions.It’s worth writing a couple of lines and about the interface, working with it is a pleasure, everything is at hand and understandable, and if you want you can change the color style of the main window. Do not forget to register the program and check the bit rate before installation, I hope with O&O Defrag your hard drives will always be in full order.Features:New defragmentation method SOLID: for the most resource and hardware-friendly optimization of your hards disks and SSDsFragment Filter to identify the most fragmented files on a driveO&O DiskStatO&O DiskCleanerTime View to see which defragmentation activity results in which successful optimizationEasy-to-Use: Ideal for Beginners and ProfessionalsEven faster system and program startsDefragmentation time reduced by up to 40%Defragmentation of locked filesLifetime Performance StatisticsAutomatic deletion of free space for more privacyOptimizing systems with Thin ProvisioningSupports Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7Server Edition requires Windows Server 2016, 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008Up to 100% increased PC speed: There is nothing worse than when you want to do something on your PC and your computer is running slow. A disk defragmenter used regularly can speed up a PC of any age and get it working like new again!Don’t let a slow computer spoil your work or fun! Let O&O Defrag optimize your hard disks and – New! – SSDs and you can experience speed increases of up to 100%! Regular disk defragmentation optimizes your PC performance!When you defragment, the files that Windows splits up when saving documents across the hard disk or SSD are put back in order again so that files can be quickly recognized and found by the SSD or the read and write heads inside your HDD. Speed increases of up to 100% are not uncommon, and your hardware suffers much less wear and tear!New SOLID defragmentation method: SSDs store file fragments spread across many memory blocks, even though much fewer would suffice. This memory behavior has an immediate effect on the performance and lifespan of an SSD. To counteract wear and at the same time to optimize the performance of SSDs, O&O Software has developed the new defragmentation method SOLID. By using SOLID, these distributed file parts are defragmented so that in the future significantly fewer memory cells have to be read out and also written to when changing a file. As a result, the SSD is faster as the number of read and write accesses is reduced by the defragmentation. In addition, the premature wear of the SSD (and of course the conventional hard drive) is prevented because fewer blocks need to be erased and rewritten than before the defragmentation with SOLID.