It’s taken a while to get there, but Defraggler 2.0 is finally ready for download — at least in beta form. The new version is more efficient and faster than ever, and Defraggler can now perform boot-time scans. Using the expanded configuration options in Defraggler 2, you can choose to run a one-time defrag, or you can set it to run each time you reboot your system. Defraggler’s Drive Map has also gotten a visual update, and it even allows you to set customized colors and block sizes. As with older versions of Defraggler, you’re still able to exclude certain file types and folders and schedule defrag operations

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Defraggler 2.0 beta gets faster, adds boot-time defrag