Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Parent folder
HISTORY.TXT 2012-06-20 43.8 kB 0
ultradefrag-5.0.6.bin.ia64.exe 2012-06-20 623.4 kB 0
ultradefrag-5.0.6.bin.i386.exe 2012-06-20 461.3 kB 11 weekly downloads
ultradefrag-5.0.6.bin.amd64.exe 2012-06-20 524.8 kB 0 2012-06-20 785.5 kB 0 2012-06-20 561.6 kB 0 2012-06-20 632.7 kB 0
UltraDefrag_Handbook_5.0.6_letter.pdf 2012-06-20 389.3 kB 0
UltraDefrag_Handbook_5.0.6_a4.pdf 2012-06-20 385.8 kB 0
ultradefrag-5.0.6.src.7z 2012-06-20 571.8 kB 0
ultradefrag-5.0.6.MD5SUMS 2012-06-20 485 Bytes 0
Totals: 11 Items   5.0 MB 1

Package and Windows version relation:

  1. i386 (x86)
    • for 32-bit Windows on Intel and AMD processors
  2. AMD64 (x64, x86-64)
    • for 64-bit Windows on Intel and AMD processors
  3. IA64
    • for Windows Itanium on Intel Itanium processors only

Package contents:

  1. regular (with installer)
    • full package with GUI, console and boot time components
    • allows installing the micro edition by changing the installation type
  2. portable (for removable drives, no installer)
    • full package with GUI and console components

Release stages explained:

  1. alpha
    • new features implemented and tested (problems may be experienced)
    • used to test major changes
  2. beta
    • base features implemented and tested (problems may be experienced)
    • used to test minor changes
  3. RC
    • release candidate, all features are implemented and fully tested
    • used to iron out last remaining problems
Source:, updated 2012-04-08

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