Defragmenting a folder or file
Defraggler is unique in that it lets you defrag folders or files, rather than having to defrag an entire drive. This is very useful if you're using a single file frequently that gets fragmented often. For example, you may use Microsoft Outlook and have a PST (Personal Folder File) for your emails, tasks, and contacts. Or, you may use a contact management application and work with a single database file.
Defraggler lets you easily select a folder, a file, or multiple files to defrag, saving you time.
To defragment a folder:
Note: Defraggler will also defragment files in any subfolders in the selected folder.
Note: You don't have to run the whole application to check the fragmentation level or to defragment the file/folder. You can do this from the context menu of the file or folder. To learn more about this, go to Defraggler Shell extension.
To defragment a single file:
To defragment multiple files:
Note: To exclude certain files or folders generally from defragmentation, see this topic first.