Defragmenting your hard drive is a pain. Often the need for a defrag coincides with the need for system performance. We defrag when we notice that our computers are working slowly, and we usually notice a slow-down precisely when we are wanting our computers to work quickly. Defragging at such a crucial time compounds the problem. It can take multiple hours to cleanup a large hard drive. It was in such a defrag-induced downtime that the concept of hsDefragSaver was hit on. Why not have your computer defrag BEFORE a performance problem occurs? Better yet, why not defrag when the computer is idle? hsDefragSaver does precisely this. It is a screen saver and defragger combination, and it defrags your hard drive BEFORE you notice the need for it.
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|Feature||Full Version||Free Version|
|Analyzes your hard drive|
|Defragments your hard drive|
|Runs as a screen saver when your computer is idle|
|Runs your favorite windows screensaver in the foreground|
|Comes with a default, customizable screensaver foreground|
|Uses a fragmentation threshold to determine when a defragmentation should run NEW!|
|Uses a CPU threshold to avoid interrupting important applications NEW!|
|Employs a disk use threshold to avoid monopolizing the hard drive NEW!|
|Has a "cool-down" timer to avoid overly-repetitive defragmentation NEW!|
|Allows non-Administrative accounts to automate volume maintenanceNEW!|
|Shuts down immediately at any keyboard input or mouse moves|
|Has Transparency Mode|
|Usage restrictions:||none||15 days|