IObit Released Smart Defrag 3, the First Free Disk Defragmenter for Windows 8 Metro App
SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 13, 2014 – IObit today announced the release of Smart Defrag 3, the brand new version of its award-winning disk defragmenter for Windows, which is trusted by more than 25 million users. Windows Metro App, a new feature exclusive for Windows 8/8.1 users, focuses on the defragmentation of Windows 8/8.1 Metro App, which is the first in the market to enhance the accessing speed of Windows 8 metro apps and disk stability for free. Also, with brand new engine, Smart Defrag 3 not only works 50% faster than ever before, but also provides more choices for disk defragmentation, analysis, and optimization to greatly enhance drives’ performance.
In a customer survey with more than 20,000 respondents of Windows 8/8.1 users, IObit found that 40% of Windows 8/8.1 users believe that optimizing the drive is still one of the best ways to improve the performance of PC with Windows 8/8.1 OS. IObit also found that 13% of Windows 8/8.1 users think that PC will keep a better performance if they optimize the drive once a month.
Smart Defrag 3 offers a new engine and new user interface. With those improvements, Smart Defrag 3 provides users with an easier and quicker way to analyze, defrag, and repair the disks which they specify. With the redesigned UI adopting the PNG sequence technology, Smart Defrag 3 effectively saves system resource occupancy. It has also been proved that the new technology makes Smart Defrag 3 work 50% faster than its previous version during IObit’s 3-month tests. Defragmentation of Windows 8/8.1 Metro App, by defragging the log files created by users' everyday use, is tailored for Windows 8/8.1 users to accelerate the accessing speed of Windows 8 metro apps. In order to enhance the efficiency of defragmentation and optimization, Deep Analyze is newly added by adopting the same technology in Advanced SystemCare 7 to detect and clean the junk files at lightning speed before the defragmentation. It will obviously save users' time and help users extend the life of their drives.
"Someone ever asked us why we keep making Smart Defrag for Windows 7, now for Windows 8/8.1, while Windows offers its own disk defragmenter. We are dedicated to offer users a deeper, more professional but easy-to-use free tool. We believe that's the reason why Smart Defrag has surpassed 25 million downloads.” Said Antonio Zhang, Marketing Director at IObit. “The choice is users'. They always choose the best one for their needs."
Additionally, in order to follow users’ habits, Smart Defrag 3 will move the most-used files to the best places if users choose Defrag and Prioritize Files to run a full-scale defragmentation. Also, Smart Defrag 3 empowers users to adjust the size of its GUI interface by direct dragging the border to best fit for their screen. Now, it’s free to download Smart Defrag 3 on IObit.com and CNET Download.com.
About Smart Defrag 3
Smart Defrag 3, a free, light, smart and stable disk defragmenter, provides users with efficient defragmentation and optimization of hard drives to enhance disk stability and PC performance. It can work automatically and quietly in the background on PC, keeping hard disks running at its top speed. Smart Defrag 3 now fully supports defragmentation on Windows 8/8.1 Metro Apps which accelerates the access to Metro Apps and smoothes performance on Windows 8/8.1.
Founded in 2004, IObit provides consumers with innovative system utilities for Windows, Mac, and Android OS to greatly enhance their performance and protect them from security threats. IObit is a well-recognized industry leader with more than 100 awards, 200 million downloads and 10 million active users worldwide.
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