What is Memory Defragmentation?

Whenever a Windows based program is running, it's consuming memory resources - unfortunately many Windows programs do not "clean up" after themselves and often leave valuable memory "locked", preventing other programs from taking advantage of it and slowing your computer's performance!

Memory Defragmentation recovers memory from all running processes on your PC by reclaiming the no longer used portion of memory from programs (which due to bad programming does not get released after using).

The Memory Defragmentation procedure is completely safe. When a program that has been defragmented requires more memory, it simply occupy more memory address automatically.

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