Vopt is a tool that allows you to perform defragmenting tasks on your local hard drives. The user interface of the program is plain and you can start by picking a drive and analyzing it.
Thus, you can select to defrag a drive (tighter packing) or quick defrag it (VSS compatible). You can also batch defrag drives or defrag the pagefile, organize a list of files that will not be moved, as well as schedule automatic defragging.
In "Advanced Settings" you can select Vopt's priority level regarding defragmenting speed. Also, you can enable "Tighter Packing" (which is more efficient that the normal defragmenting mode) and "VSS Compatible Defrag" (it minimizes shadow copy creation when defragmenting drives with a small cluster size, in order to preserve System Restore Points).
In addition, you can check a disk for errors and correct them, use "Drive Failure Prediction" (Vopt checks your S.M.A.R.T capable drives for imminent failures, except for external USBs) and a tool to measure typical drive performance, you can enable "Malicious Software Removal".
Furthermore, you can view a log file, use a tool to overwrite the drive's free space to erase leftovers, as well as access "IP Configuration", "Ping", "Internet Tuneup", "System Configuration", "System Information" and "System Tuneup". But you can also cleanup your web browser settings.
Vopt uses a moderate amount of system resources, comes with a well-drawn help file, is easy to work with and does a great defragging job. Sometimes it freezes during a task, but all in all, Vopt is very good defragmenting software and we suggest you test it for yourself.