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According to my admittedly lame little test two runs of defraggler compares very favorably to DiskKeeper and Perfect Disk. This is how I performed my lame test. I got trial versions of DiskKeeper and Perfect Disk, I ran them to analyze the disk and made a note of the fragmentation. Then I ran defraggler, twice. Then I once again ran a scan with DiskKeeper and Perfect Disk and walaa they reported that the disk looked great. So what does this tell me? I’m not going to be buying DiskKeeper or Perfect Disk anytime soon!
Oh yeah, I am now installing defraggler into all of our Virtual Machines on the ESX server… it sounds like vmware recommends defragging virtual machines as well.