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Defragment your drive while you work.
iDefrag is a small utility with the single purpose of running drive defragmentation and optimization. It does this job quite well, and has become a reputable and complete option for people wanting to defragment and optimize their hard drives.
Are you tired of poor battery life from your Windows laptop? If so, we're here to help. Our battery-saving tips will help you get the most out of your laptop's battery.
Automating tasks on Windows can help save time and aggravation later.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains how SSDs work and some ways to get the longest life span out of them.
Disktrix's $30 utility lets you defragment hard drives and other storage devices a little or a lot--and view the contents of individual drive clusters, among other options.
If you have many files on your hard drive and have extensively used it (i.e., updating your system many times), you may not be able to install Boot Camp and will get an error regarding the inability to partition and set up the drive.
Improve the performance of XP and Vista--at least a little bit--by running its built-in disk defragmenter with your choice of command switches.
Iolo Technologies' System Mechanic and Stardock's TweakVista make it easy to get a snapshot of your Vista setup and customize your PC's configuration.
Does Mac OS X need a disk defragmenter/optimizer?
You can find a better tool for just about any system task without paying a cent. Start with the firewall, which most people would consider an indispensable piece of software.