Thursday, August 30, 2007

JkDefrag Gets a Fresh Look

JkDefrag has been a work in progress for some time now, and I only discovered it in the last few months. I have been using it ever since, and version 3.16 is both stable and usable.
But Jeroen Kessels has been hard at work, making constant improvements and fixing problems. Starting at version 3.17 and continuing though 3.24, he has added a new analysis method and finally an icon. If you like testing software, try downloading the latest version, but he has suggested that casual users hold back for a few weeks until the new version(s) stabilise. This program is getting better all the time.

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