From: Board_hunter567 | #004 People generally agree that it's far better than the Steam defragger.
It does the same thing as the steam defragger, except it automatically handles it for every gcf file you have. It's great if you have a bunch of files to defrag at once, but occasionally it won't work with TF2 (it'll give some error about some data being out of range or something). In that case you'll have to resort to the steam defrag, which again, does the same thing, just not automatic. --- http://i55.tinypic.com/1zoj1c5.gif http://sig.steamutility.com/detail/classic/0/0/76561197969913402.png