When you first purchased your PC, it booted quickly, started applications swiftly and was much improved over your old computer. However, in the last few months, whilst you install (and remove) software to your computer or write files to the hard drive, your system has progressively slowed. There are ways around this and to speed up your computer. One of them is to cleanse your Registry, the other is to defragment your hard drive.
Paragon Total Defrag 2007 is a brand new disk defragmentation tool that will examine the hard drives inside or connected to your PC and then will rearrange the contents so they appear in one continuous block. This means that your system will locate and launch applications/files more quickly. O&O Defrag 8.6 was recently released and will also defragment your hard drive. It ships with a stealth mode, so it will work in the background consistently rearranging the contents of your drive, without taking up system resources.
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