Does defragmenting your hard disk take too long time? - Does your screen saver interfere when you defrag your hard disks? - Does "Drive's content changed: restarting ..." sound familiar? - Does "Windows cannot defragment this drive because ..." sound familiar? - Did you know that Windows pagefile and hiberfile, besides slowing down the defrag process, are the main reason for poor results after a disk defrag? - Did you know that defragmenting ~500 MB of Temporary Internet Files, index.dat files and junk files is waste of time and you should clean up your disk before disk defrag? Defragmenter Lite Plus is a utility to automate the necessary steps for an efficient and problem-free disk defrag. Just click Ok, turn off your screen and go to bed. Defragmenter Lite Plus will: 1. Clean up hard disk. 2. Remove the pagefile (swapfile) and hiberfile. 3. Disable running applications. 4. Run Windows/DOS Scandisk. 5. Run Windows/DOS defrag disk. 6. Set the pagefile (swapfile). 7. Enable running applications. 8. Shutdown/Restart Windows. The Pro versions includes command line capability for automation purposes. The Plus versions include disk cleanup functionality.
dfg AtomicTimeSync XP The program is a Time Synchronization Utility to synchronize your PC via the internet. It supports the 12 and 24 hours time format as well as all time zones. You can define an individual time offset and it works through Firewalls and proxy servers.
FlagRASH Batch change attribute flags. Readonly, archive, system and hidden flags can all be altered on files and folders, across multiple folders. Particularly useful for clearing the read only flag after copying from CD-RWs.
Version: 4.0 Released: Sep, 6 2005 License: Shareware, $24.95 Expires: Expires after 5 Days
File size: 838 K Platforms: Windows XP/ME/2000/98 Downloads: 14
Utility to automate the necessary steps for an efficient disk defrag. Clean up disk, Remove swapfile, Disable running applications, Run Scandisk, Run defrag disk, Set pagefile, Enable running applications, Shutdown/Restart Windows.