So, what you're saying is that vista defrag is optimal b/c it knows where the loads are placed and optimizes accordingly? If that's the case, then O&O Software could accomplish the same function, right?
I was thinking more like Vista just knew what files, through Microsofts programming, needed to be where and by using a 3d party software one could be jeapordizing that?
Then, I was also thinking that Microsoft has a lot to worry about...probably windows in particular. Should I focus to a company that makes defraging one of their core competancies?
The bottom line is, that they all defrag your system and in the end, thats all you want, whether it's got a pretty GUI or goes a bit faster counts for nothing.
At least with the Vista one you don't end up with another piece of software, ready to conflict with, another piece of software.
It's a personal choice so do what makes you happy, try a few and see if one floats your boat.
Right, thats my two bobs worth. :D