In addition to the five methods for Zone filing, O&O Defrag continues to offer its seven methods for defragmenting your computer.
Note: Please bear in mind that the older methods can only be selected if zone filing is disabled.
Performance standard methods of O&O Defrag
|Defragmentation of files||+ +||+ +||+||+ +|
|Defragmenting the free space||+ +||+ +||+ +|
|Prevention of further fragmentation||+ +||+ +||+|
|Results of high-level fragmentation*||+ +||+||+|
|Suitability for very large files
(> 4 GB)
|Suitability for many files
(> 1 M)
|+ +||+||+ +|
|Run time of first defragmentation**||+ +||+||+ +|
|Run time of recurring defragmentation||+ +||+||+ +|
|Required RAM||+ +||+ +||+||+ +|
|CPU Load||+ +||+ +||+||+ +|
|HDD||+||+ +||+ +|
|+||Very Applicable (with runtime: quick)|
|+ +||Extremely Applicable (with runtime: very quick)|
* Our understanding of high-level fragmentation is a poorly maintained drive containing a large number of heavily fragmented files with little free space available.
** The run time of the first defragmentation lasts longer than with the previous version as a result of data being divided into zones.