Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The Demo: Defrag on demand, without all the crashing

Defragmenting software company Diskeeper recently released the new version of its product, Diskeeper 2008.

The product sets itself apart from other defragmentation products on the market, according to spokesman Marcus Galindo, by running on-the-fly, sensing when the machine needs to be defragmented and running the program in the background.

The Burbank, Calif.-based company utilizes its InvisiTasking tool to use idling resources to conduct the process in the background, allowing the user to maintain optimal performance instead of suffering the freezing, crashing, and inability to use their machine that Galindo said is a common problem with defragmentation of a system.

The product runs on a variety of machines, with licenses ranging between US$49.95 for the professional workstation version up to US$999 for an enterprise server version.

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