Windows Full VersionAug 28, 2014

Free SuperEasy Live Defrag (100% discount)

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Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose it
  • No free support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want, as long as you get your license key and download the installer before this offer has ended
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by SuperEasy
  • Current version is v1.0.5
  • Download size is 15.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/49

SuperEasy Live Defrag is a set-and-forget-it defragmentation tool that automatically and intelligently defrags your hard drive(s) while running in the background. It takes the hassle out of trying to remember when you should and when you shouldn’t defrag.

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  1. yassineman10@gmail.com

    Reply to this comment#51

    I have a problem with receiving any responce on my gmail

  2. Jesse

    Reply to this comment#50

    Thanks every one for you comments. I’ll just give up on this software

  3. Kristina

    Reply to this comment#49

    [@R]

    Windows 8.1 x64 no prroblem.;D

  4. Tom

    Reply to this comment#48

    Just for the guys having issues getting keys, i tried gmail initially and never recieved any response and then i used a .net e-mall addy and it worked straight away, this is basicly a ashampoo promo as you need to untick certain boxes, i can’t see why it wouldn’t work on all windows types, but i would check first to be sure

  5. Jesse

    Reply to this comment#47

    I am using windows7. I have not installed the software yet because the instructions from Shareware say wait until after I get the key.

  6. Jesse

    Reply to this comment#46

    I went to the website to get the license key. I put my email address in and clicked send. All I got was another window asking me to log in using a password that I don’t have.

  7. R

    Reply to this comment#45

    This does not work on Windows 8.1. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 only.

  8. Rj

    Reply to this comment#44

    Hello Ashraf -

    I submitted a request for a license key using two differnt email addys and haven’t gotten a response in over 2+ hours …

    Anything going on with their site or email responder ????

    Thanx

  9. Rain

    Reply to this comment#43

    Does this support Windows 8.1? And if so how does it compare to Windows 8.1′s built in defrag program? In my opinion out of all the third party defrag programs I have tried on my new PC using Windows 8.1, the built in defrag program seems to work the best by comparison. While these programs are preaching order for your hard drive, I would like to know real world results and proof of performance improvement rather than principals that in theory that sound good. Just wondering if this is Windows 8.1 compatible and if it’s actually better than the built in Windows defrag that comes with Windows 8.1. So far, I’ve tried most all of them and in my opinion I have found none any better yet.

    When I say “Compatible” I mean 100% no problems and optimized for Windows 8.1. When vista first came out there were programs marked as : “Works with VIsta” and then later “Vista Compatible” in the stores, I got burned buying a bunch of those “Works With Vista” programs because while they would load and run, they didn’t do what they said they did because WORKS WITH and COMPATIBLE are two different things. Just thought I would mention this in case anyone runs across this with Windows 8.1.

    Thanks in advance for any information.

  10. Kristina

    Reply to this comment#42

    Super puper !!!

  11. Jesse

    Reply to this comment#41

    I go to the giveaway page. I put my email address in to get the license key. Instead I get another window asking me to log in with a password that I don’t even have.

  12. Tom

    Reply to this comment#40

    Thank you Ashraf for another program to try out, and it is behaving well on my old pc, and offers to not defrag SSD’s and no it is not redundant and doesn’t offer to touch SSD’s, the user interface is friendly and it may be wise to untick any offers as i have it on a new e-mail address to see….apart from that it suggests really fast defrag which im happy about, and i couldn’t see boot time defrag, so it may be a suitable offering for the likes of this old pc.
    Tom

  13. Kazys

    Reply to this comment#39

    Labai ačiu už puikia programa kuria aš naudoju pastoviai ir noriu padekoti šios programos kurejams, o kitiems siulau ja pabandyti.Su pagarba.Kazys

  14. Danny

    Reply to this comment#38

    It is a redundant application! SSD should not be defragmented!

  15. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#37OLD COMMENT

  16. Wallace Thomas

    Reply to this comment#36OLD COMMENT

    [@Jessica]
    Why does Gmail do that? How can I fix that? I’m tired of not getting all of my emails.

  17. Twiggy

    Reply to this comment#35OLD COMMENT

    I would think, that to defrag your disk, each and every day, in the background, opposed to defraging your disk, once per week, as required!, would eventually ruin your disk!, wear it out!, faster!, that is!

  18. Jessica

    Reply to this comment#34OLD COMMENT

    Never mind. Gmail was just confusing me by stashing the emails in one of its new tabs. sorry. all went well. thanks for the awesome programs.

  19. Jessica

    Reply to this comment#33OLD COMMENT

    I’ve requested the license key for this program 3 times now and still not gotten an email. Generally the programs I have got through your site send the follow up email within seconds so this is very unusual. I have the program downloaded just awaiting the license key to install it.

  20. Trust Later

    Reply to this comment#32OLD COMMENT

    [@DonP] Thanks for the kind words. Glad if I helped. Ciao. :-)

  21. DonP

    Reply to this comment#31OLD COMMENT

    [@Trust Later] Thanks for the great response. You really gave great answers to my questions. You’re an asset to this website, my friend! ;-)

  22. Trust Later

    Reply to this comment#30OLD COMMENT

    [@DonP] Great question and the answer is, YES, there is, at least, one real danger: Before running any defrag program, especially for the first time, you should do a CHKDSK on the target drive to make sure that any bad sectors have been identified and removed from the bitmap. That way, when the defrag program moves files in order to consolidate (defragment) them, those files will not be moved to any bad sectors which would result in data corruption/loss.

    ASIDE: While pleased overall with SuperEasy’s features and options, it consumes a LOT of resources. On my Windows 7 64bit system, it consistently used 122+MB of RAM when active and more than 56 – 65MB for its Service and another 12MB+ for its Notification icon, even though I opted not to display it. When manually defragging, I noticed a severe hit on system responsiveness. Have uninstalled it pending further improvements, hopefully including a more detailed reporting system and a boot-time defrag option.

    BACKUPS: For a lot of years now, I have used commercial Acronis TrueImage for backups, although there are several excellent, free alternatives. Browse dotTech for some good suggestions/reviews.

  23. DonP

    Reply to this comment#29OLD COMMENT

    Can someone please tell me if there is a danger to the system or existing programs by running this or any other defrag program? Also, what is a good backup program (free, open source, or inexpensive) to create an ISO of my drive? I don’t have an ISO backup of my hard drive yet, and I suspect it will take hours (750 GB). Thanks for any advice!

  24. Alen kay

    Reply to this comment#28OLD COMMENT

    i tried this product it did a run and then i was diverted to another site to remove the problems but than I still had lots of problems and was asked to buy some other product so i could get my defragment complete. A bit of a cheek. I used the defrag on advanced system 7 and nothing much was found. So I think this sort of give away is a con.,

  25. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#27OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: I just want to take a moment and thank everyone for having a civilized discussion about the pros and cons of this software and for helping other SOS’ers. People like you are what make this community valuable.

  26. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#26OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] Well I am not going to use Gmail when requesting licence key so I don’t have to have this type of problem again.

  27. trust

    Reply to this comment#25OLD COMMENT

    [@Larisa] Boy! Am I glad you got things sorted… well, almost. FWIW, just yesterday, GMail did a security tweak to how email was accessed using POP. I dunno; maybe you got caught up in that? All’s well that ends well, eh?

    @BearPup – No arguments from me on your extremely high standards. In a perfect world, that would be as it should be. My being as imperfect as I am, however, I allowances for others’ well-intentioned imperfections, too, especially when it comes to something as complex as software made for the masses. ‘Til next time…

  28. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#24OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] I got an email to my hotmail without a problem. I have no idea why there were problems with my gmail.

  29. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#23OLD COMMENT

    [@Larisa] Without denying you the opportunity offered here, if you can’t get the license, I’d offer the disk defragger UltraDefrag. Its 64 Bit (or 32 Bit if that’s your need), completely freeware, and offer options such as two levels of file optimization, defrag only, etc. It does nothing automatically unless you tell (program) it to. You can download it from CNET.

  30. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#22OLD COMMENT

    [@Larisa] I’m not sure what to suggest to you. I did the request license link before I downloaded and installed the software and got the license info before I ever installed the app. Sorry, I don’t know what else to suggest.

  31. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#21OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] I have just checked my spam folder just to make sure, the email is not there. I use web based email, not Outlook.

  32. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#20OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] Yes I am. And yes it is a deal killer. I insist that companies ask first before they do anything. If they take liberties once, they can do it again. There is so much talk about privacy and respect, and then I’ll forget all that stuff and let a company do what it wants? Not for this Puppy. And if that makes me tough, well, I see it more as an issue of consistency.

    As for start up issues, check your system tray and you’ll find at least one entry for Super Easy Defragger – and when you find it, tell me then about not being highjacked. :-)

  33. trust

    Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    [@Larisa] Just because of you, I tried again using a new email (@hotmail.com) address. Everything went smoothly, as it did before with @gmail and my @private-domain accounts. NOTE TO EVERYBODY: The License Keys that I received are the same for the four different email address/name combinations I have used. I used the same machine to register each new account. So, either the licensing is tied to my IP Address -or- the Developer is using one License Key for this giveaway.

    Are you **SURE** the emails are not in your Junk/Trash folders or being filtered by a Spam Filter? If you are accessing your emails from a desktop client, like Outlook, OutlookExpress, etc., then try using your browser to access your email by logging on at *YourName@WhateverYouUse.com* and checking all incoming mail folders there, including junk, spam, trash…

    @BearPup – You are one tough customer. :-) BTW, nothing was added to my StartUp Folder and Comodo nor Malwarebyte’s Pro nor Zemana raised any flags during installation.

    As to an immediate defrag commencing after installation, “The lad dost protest too much, methinks”. Is that really a deal-killer when I already shared with you that the option exists to opt out of that feature? Anyway, to each his own. Sorry that you are not as impressed as I.

  34. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] Well I tried the program, sort of. First, without asking my permission, it tried to insert an autostart entry in my Start Up files – fortunately, my two watchdogs alerted me to the subterfuge and removed that entry and any from Super Easy in the future. Secondly, as soon as the program started at the end of installation it was already defragging my C:\ drive without asking and without my permission.

    The beast has now been uninstalled, as will their other software that I have. I want nothing to do with sleazy companies. What would it have hurt them to be honest and ask first?

  35. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    [@roguekiller23231] I don’t use Revo as they don’t play well with my x64 Bit OS, and I won’t pay them for the privilege . I use IObit Uninstaller, free for 32 & 64 Bit systems.

  36. trust

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    [@roguekiller23231] Don’t put 100% confidence in uninstallers, including Revo, SoftOrganizer and Comodo Programs Manager. I have the last always running on my systems and use one of the first two to monitor ALL software installations on my systems. Both, on very rare occasions, have found traces leftover by the ‘other’.

    Perhaps a more knowledgeable SoSer than I will confirm what I suspect: that some software installers can create protected Registry entries and files that these uninstallers cannot touch.

  37. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] I still didn’t get any confirmation email from them.

  38. roguekiller23231

    Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] you can try it, i always use Revo Uninstall (which you can find free online) to uninstall and remove all traces of programs i don’t want.

  39. trust

    Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] Then, I encourage you to take that look. Like you, I am a maniacal about control of my system and this fits the bill. You and I part ways on disk defragging, though. I WANT defragging & frag-prevention to be a constant, background service. That’s why I liked Diskeeper and like this one which allows you to choose to run it, either, *Your Way* or *My Way*.

  40. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    [@Trust Later] I based my decision based on sajad’s comment. If you can turn off automatic anything and everything, then I’ll take a look. But I want a program that I determine what runs, when. I trust only myself. I refused the IObit program for that very reason, there’s no way to opt out of auto defrag. Not for this Puppy. I’m much more trustworthy than a program is – at least I know who blame!

  41. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] I have just re-registered. I will check for email from them after I come back from walking dogs.

  42. trust

    Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] They are associated with Ashampoo and store any email address used for registering any software whether purchased or from a giveaway.

    @Lora316K ; @sajad – When taken to their registration page for this freebie, just input your email address, even if it was used for a previous purchase/giveaway. They will send a confirmation email to the address provided and, when you follow the enclosed link, you will be shown your License Number in “Step 1″ of their three-step account-creation process.

  43. Trust Later

    Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    Hold on folks! This appears to be a VERY GOOD/EXCELLENT defrag utility.

    1. I immediately received the three licenses (for different machines) asked for; all of which, BTW, were identical. I think the license is per IP Address or they are using one license for this giveaway.

    2. Since my old favorite, Executive Software’s Diskeeper, now owned by Condusive, has become a bloated, candy-coated, confused mess, I have tried several other utilities, e.g., Auslogics, O&O, IOBit Smart Defrag, etc. They were either lacking in options such as real-time, throttled, auto defragging and real-time frag prevention and/or were a nightmare to configure properly. Auslogics Pro, for example, has such conflicting options that you can actually damage your system using it.

    3. I literally was in the process of downgrading from Diskeeper 15 back to Diskeeper 12 when this offer reached my email inbox. I have downloaded, installed and registered it without ANY issues on a Windows 7 64bit machine, except for having to opt-out of a silly shopping service during installation. No biggy.

    4. I have used its straightforward, clear, attractive interface to set the several EXELLENT options (including opting-out of auto-updating, notices, etc.) for its running on my system, including the ability to run it as a Service, the program’s default which I HIGHLY prefer and recommend. I can set it to defrag on a schedule and throttle its actions based on time, user activity, I/O operations, full-screen detection, mouse/keyboard use, and more. EXACTLY WHAT I WANT IN MY DEFRAG UTILITY. Other options, such as external/new volume detection/selection, SSD detection, Protection Mode (future fragmentation protection), etc., are also right there for the choosing with excellent context-sensitive Help at each step.

    Of course, as with any similar utility, I cannot tell how well it defragged compared to others but it did proceed fairly quickly and produced a decent summary upon completion.

    All-in-all, this looks like a worthy replacement to the old gold standard, Diskeeper. I like it.

    Thanks Ashraf and SoS.

  44. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    [@Lora316K] Sorry, that was my two cents. These folks are normally real quick to sign somebody up, I’ve received other emails from them right after I submitted my address for their photo software. I suppose the next step would be to uninstall the software, then reinstall it, running it as an Administrator. Hopefully that triggers the registration process anew.

  45. Lora316K

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    [@BearPup] I did request password reset, but since I have no account with them this is what I got: “This e-mail address was not found in our database.”

  46. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    @Larisa: In addition to what sajad said, if you’ve ever done a giveaway offer for any “SuperEasy” product, then you’ll be remembered forever! I think they are also related to Engelmann Media GmbH Software, so if you’ve registered….

  47. sajad

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    [@Larisa] reset the password, you most likely already have an account on their site with the email you used, you will get a password reset email, reset the password and then re register, log in with the new password.

  48. Larisa

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    Never received any email from them. I have checked spam nothing there. I have emailed them letting them know that I didn’t receive any email, no response from them so far.

  49. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    [@sajad] Thanks for the feedback! Feedback like that helps make SOS more valuable.

  50. BearPup

    Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    @sajad Thanks for saving me the trouble of downloading and installing. I’m with you, no program runs automatically on my system, period. I can wait (or go do something else) while my HDD defrags. I used to use Auslogics, but change to UltraDefrag.. Very quick and a better GUI.

  51. sajad

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    not very good, it looks like it’s just an automated ‘live’ defrag with no other defrag options. might cause issues with performance when doing certain things. not a fan of programs doing stuff without you knowing what they are doing!

    if your having issues registering (like i did) to get a key, you might have taken advantage of another program they had on offer ‘super easy backup’ so you need to either log in, or reset password and then redo the registration and log in with the new password.

    Auslogics disc defrag is free and much better.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
  • No free updates; if you update the program, you may lose it
  • No free support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want, as long as you get your license key and download the installer before this offer has ended
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by SuperEasy
  • Current version is v1.0.5
  • Download size is 15.7 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/49