December 5, 2012 in Utility
[prMac.com] Edison, New Jersey - Stellar Data Recovery, leaders in Mac recovery and disk utility tools has launched the Free Edition of its advanced and efficient drive defragmenting software to optimize Mac hard drives and volumes. The software is efficient in defragmenting large files including all associated metadata and performs full defragmentation of the entire volume or drive.
"Stellar Drive Defrag is quicker, advanced and a risk free solution for fragmented Mac volume. It's effective and carefree defragmenting approach gives required optimization facilities and speeds up your Mac. The software works on the latest Mac OS 'Mountain Lion 10.8' and supports all legacy Mac Operating Systems like Tiger, Leopard etc.", said Mr. Sunil Chandna, CEO, Stellar Data Recovery.
This Free Edition is capable of optimizing free space in a hard drive into contiguous memory space. Temperature fluctuations during defragmentation can be monitored easily and the tool is also equipped with an impressive 'color legend' that allows color customization for memory blocks under similar categories. In order to defragment the boot volume, the application offers to make a bootable DVD. You can boot the Mac system from this bootable DVD and can perform all the defragmentation operations directly on the boot volume.
Mac users can also go for the full version of 'Stellar Drive Defrag' for Quick, Metadata and Full defrag of Mac drives at a cost. It is available for immediate download from Stellar Data Recovery online.
Stellar Data Recovery is the only ISO 9001:2008 certified organization that specializes in Phoenix data recovery Tools, Disk utilities and in-lab data recovery services. Ever since 1993, Stellar has emerged as a leading and well-trusted brand for any kind of data loss situation. With its wide range of software and services, Stellar has a strong 2 million client base, which includes top corporate giants from all over the world. Copyright (C) 2012 Stellar Data Recovery. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.