Diskeeper 2010 Released

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by Capp, Nov 18, 2009.

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  1. Capp

    Capp Registered Member

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    Today, Diskeeper 2010 was released and is available to the public.

    New Diskeeper 2010 with IntelliWrite elevates the whole approach to solving fragmentation by addressing how files are written to disk. As a result, Diskeeper prevents up to 85% of all disk fragmentation, leaving only a small amount to be quickly eliminated by powerful, invisible Diskeeper defrag engines.

    Diskeeper 2010 on your desktops, laptops and servers means a clean disk and unprecedented speed and reliable efficiency. Every minute. Every day. It means systems lasting years longer due to reduced drive wear.


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  2. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

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    sounds like a great update.
     
  3. Arkham

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    Yeah, very nice update indeed, especially the Intelliwrite feature.
    There is a pdf linked from their blog post about Intelliwrite:

    http://www.diskeeper.com/blog/post/2009/11/20/Inside-IntelliWrite-technology.aspx

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    So it should be able to work without any problems with the VSS in Vista/7 I suppose.
     
  4. Ed_H

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    Anyone give this a try yet? I have never seen much difference after using various defrag programs. Maybe a little faster boot time after defragging system files.
     
  5. Ed_H

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    I gave this a quick try. I didn't have it on my system long enough to see any performance impact...I restored an image as soon as I realized I couldn't boot to other FDISR snapshots.
     
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