When did you last defragment your hard disk? Nearly everyone knows it's necessary but hardly anyone does it regularly.
In the course of time Windows takes longer and longer to find data on your hard disk. This happens because files get split up into more and more fragments stored in different places all over the disk. Finding and reading these fragments takes much longer than accessing a file that is all stored in the same place.
Users of Ashampoo Magical Defrag don't need to worry about this problem, because the program keeps their hard disks defragmented for them. In fact, they hardly even notice it's there. The principle is 'Install & Forget'. Ashampoo Magical Defrag runs in the background as a service, defragmenting when necessary to keep the hard disk tidy. The great thing about this is that the program manages it without 'stealing' any processor power from the user. Ashampoo Magical Defrag only activates when enough unused resources are available and stops immediately whenever the user does anything that requires more computer capacity for example when a program is started or used. The program achieves this by monitoring all the relevant parameters, including processor load and hard disk access.
Users with the necessary rights and permissions can also monitor and control the program via a local network.