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Every hard drive begins its life as a series of well-organized files, neatly arranged in sequential units of data on the drive's platter. But as more and more data is read from and written to your hard drive, and as applications are installed and removed, those sequential units quickly become fragmented, with some parts of a file stored here, and other parts stored elsewhere on the disk. This results in longer read times for your applications and longer boot-up times, since each data request requires your computer to work harder than it ought to, just to piece together all of the pieces that make up the requested file.
This is where Advanced Disk Optimizer comes in. It removes all the fragments from the hard disk by gathering all the small chunks of free space together.... </span></span></span>