Overview of UltraDefrag

Last updated on Jun 1, 2021

UltraDefrag is a powerful and feature-rich disk defragmenter for Windows.

Defragmentation is an essential part of computer maintenance, because fragmentation of disks significantly drops down system performance and makes your applications much less responsive.

Using UltraDefrag you can easily fully defragment your disks with just a few clicks quickly boosting performance of your system and applications. Also you can easily set your disks to be defragmented automatically to always keep your computer running at peak performance.

Also with UltraDefrag you can easily fully optimize your disks with just a few clicks. The disk optimization is far superior to the regular defragmentation. During it UltraDefrag sorts files on the disks making access to groups of related files much faster thus improving system performace much further.

UltraDefrag fully supports defragmentation and optimization of all the popular file systems: NTFS, FAT and exFAT. On NTFS in addition to regular files and folders defragmentation UltraDefrag fully supports defragmentation of metafiles and data streams, including the master file tables (MFT).

Also UltraDefrag fully supports defragmentation of locked system files which are usually out of reach for defragmentation software. Well known examples of such files are the page, swap and hibernation files. Using the latest version of UltraDefrag you can easily defragment all of them with just a few clicks.

UltraDefrag fully supports the following Windows versions: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3 installed), Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 as well as Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2019. Both 32-bit editions and 64-bit editions of Windows are fully supported, including Itanium (IA-64) editions of Windows.

UltraDefrag does not require much memory and computing power to be used, so you can use it on any computer running Windows XP SP3 or a more recent version of Windows.

To learn more about UltraDefrag please refer to the list of UltraDefrag features.