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Crows Nest, New South Wales, Australia, 2014/06/02 - With the announcement by Microsoft of their brand-new Surface Pro 3 tablet, Auslogics Software confirms that their recently released Disk Defrag Touch is fully ready for the new device.
Auslogics Labs Pty Ltd, a leader in PC maintenance and optimization software announces that the company’s recently released revolutionary touch-enabled defragmenter is fully ready for Microsoft’s newest powerful Surface Pro 3 tablet.
The Surface Pro 3 is advertised as a full-featured laptop replacement that is perfect for basically any task a user would normally use a laptop or desktop PC for. It boasts a 4th generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, a 12-inch screen, up to 512GB storage and up to 16GB RAM. With Windows 8.1 Pro as the pre-installed operating system, the tablet lets a user install and use any desktop application.
Auslogics Disk Defrag Touch is a brand-new and unique disk defragmenter that incorporates the same fast and powerful defragmentation engine as in Auslogics’ hugely popular Disk Defrag Free. The program includes additional functionality for optimizing SSD drives and boosting game and app speed, combined with a modern Windows 8 style interface design that provides consistency and familiarity for users of Win 8 computers.
Even though the defragmenter can be used on traditional keyboard and mouse PCs, Disk Defrag Touch is fully touch-enabled and SSD-compatible, which makes it a disk maintenance tool of choice for users of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 touch-screen computers and tablets. The convenient gesture controls allow tapping, sliding and swiping to navigate through the application screens and to run all disk care tasks.
With Disk Defrag Touch, Auslogics takes a huge step toward helping users develop better computer maintenance habits. The Auslogics Achievements program introduced in the new defragmenter is meant to turn defragmentation from a generally boring task to an experience similar to playing a game. Users are motivated to run regular defragmentation and optimization through a system of awards, achievements and tokens they earn to get to the top level - Supreme Power. The game-like experience helps establish a routine, which ultimately serves to ensure efficient drive operation and extends its service life.
“With Microsoft getting pretty close to merging a laptop with a tablet in Surface Pro 3, and with Windows 8 and 8.1 spreading around the globe, Auslogics has been working hard to meet the demands of users of these new technologies,” says Ashley Miller, the company’s PR representative,“Even at version 8.1, Windows remains Windows, which requires proper maintenance to keep running at top speed. The free Auslogics Disk Defrag Touch is a perfect tool for maintaining the speed of any Windows machine, be it a desktop, laptop or a tablet like the brand-new Surface Pro 3; and since our new defragger currently has no equivalent on the market, anyone pre-ordering Microsoft’s new device should take note of this useful tool and download it as soon as they get their new tablet”.
The free Auslogics Disk Defrag Touch is available from the publisher’s website at auslogics.com.
About Auslogics Software
Founded in 2008 in Sydney, Australia, Auslogics Software (auslogics.com) publishes a wide range of computer maintenance, optimization and security tools for home and business use. The wide array of software titles produced by Auslogics includes virus and spyware protection, disk defragmentation and cleanup, Windows registry maintenance, Internet connection speedup, file recovery and a lot more.
Software from Auslogics is used by over 15 million people around the globe and is the tool of choice of many IT and computer manufacturing companies, like Sony VAIO or AVG, in the US and other countries. Auslogics is a Microsoft Gold Application Development Partner and an Intel Premier Elite Software Partner.
Auslogics Disk Defrag has been praised as the best disk defragmentation tool on CNET and other online resources, as well as included in the 10 best free software programs of the year list by PC Magazine several years in a row.