Concept

JkDefrag

Summary
JkDefrag is a free open-source disk defragmenting utility computer program for Windows. It was developed by Jeroen Kessels (initials "JK", hence the name) beginning in 2004 and was released under the GNU General Public License. Since version 4 of 2008, much changed from previous versions, JkDefrag was renamed MyDefrag by its developer; earlier JkDefrag versions continued to be available. MyDefrag, which was closed source freeware, was discontinued, with the last version being v4.3.1, file date 21 May 2010; for several years the MyDefrag website has been a redirect to the still-existing JkDefrag site, but links to downloadable JKdefrag files are dead. Operation JkDefrag has many options. If run without options it groups files into 3 zones with the intention of optimizing speed:

Directories and system files

Regular files

Large files referred to as "space hogs" in the documentation

Files outside their zone are moved to their zone. Directories are perhaps the most acces
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