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Fred Edelen Diskeeper's family of innovative products are relied upon by more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies and more than 67% of The Forbes Global 100, as well as thousands of enterprises, government agencies, independent software vendors (ISVs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and home offices worldwide. Inventors of the first automatic defragmentation in 1986, Diskeeper pioneered a new breakthrough technology in 2009 that actually prevents fragmentation.

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Founded in 1981, Diskeeper Corporation is the technology innovator in performance and reliability technologies. The company's products make computer systems faster, more reliable, longer lived and energy efficient, all with zero overhead. The company has been profitably developing and providing software solutions for nearly three decades.
Aug 12 2011 at 12:17pm
SoftCollector Great program and one of the best (if not the best one) in defragmenting your HDDs. Usually very stable and reliable, and also - very expensive.

Since there is almost nothing not to like about Diskeeper, I will list here exactly that:

1. Everything is automatic, in the background and in real time. While most people would appreciate that, I don't. I am just one of the simple folks who like to watch those old-fashioned defragmenters do their magic by moving colored blocks around the screen. Diskeeper works in the background and does everything to discourage you from using it in manual mode.

2. Running automatic background defragmentation on you HDDs can actually be quite dangerous, because DK is always in the process of copying sth somewhere, so if there is a power failure your are guaranteed to lose information. I NEVER run background defragmenting on the drives containing important information.

3. And finally my reason for not buying Diskeeper and opting for Perfect Disk instead?

If you buy Diskeeper you will be helping Scientology with part of your money. I for one would not do that.

Kind regards,
SC
Aug 15 2011 at 4:39am
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