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  • Diskeeper is a disk defragmenter for Microsoft Windows. Diskeeper 2007 represents a quantum leap in system performance, enabling you to run your computer at the height of its potential, 100% of the time, and for the life of your systems.

    The main features of Diskeeper 2007 (now compatible with Vista) include:

    --Invisi Tasking, which is coined from "invisible" and "multitasking" and is a technology which allows any system maintenance task to run invisibly in the background.
    -- New real-time defragmentation that automatically and transparently handles fragmentation as it occurs providing maximum system performance at all times.
    -- I-FAAST™ 2.0 (Intelligent File Access Acceleration Sequencing Technology) which dramatically increases file access by up to 80% above and beyond the improvement of defragmentation alone.

    -- Terabyte Volume Engine™ 2.0 - Powerful defragmentation for high capacity & high traffic servers with disk volumes containing hundreds of thousands to millions of files (e.g. NAS, RAID, and SAN). Also allows unobtrusive, thorough free space consolidation on busy 24/7 servers.
    -- Automatic online directory consolidation that boosts anti-virus scans and back-up speed. Every system will benefit from Diskeeper 2007. A site-wide Diskeeper installation will improve performance and reliability on all systems.
    Saturday, May 26, 2007 4:44 PM

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  • Very good info.
    Sunday, May 27, 2007 1:17 AM
  • Where can I download the software?

    Is it a free one?

    Sunday, May 27, 2007 5:14 AM
  • Its not free, but i must say its well worth the price. You really dont have to worry about defragging if you put it on teh background defragmenting option. Neither will you have to monitor the defrag as the new technology starts defragmenting automaticly when theere are idle resourcs . It also gives space for other important operations when needed.
    Friday, June 8, 2007 1:00 PM
  • thnks
    Saturday, June 9, 2007 5:11 AM
  • Thanks man.
    Saturday, June 9, 2007 4:38 PM