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EL1TE    1
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Diskeeper, often abbreviated DK, is a disk defragmenter originally for the VAX series of mainframe computers and later released for Microsoft Windows. It is the flagship product of Diskeeper Corporation, (formerly Executive Software) of Burbank, California, founded on July 22, 1981.

The defragmenter program included with the Windows 2000, 2003, XP, and Vista operating systems is based on a basic version of a previous Diskeeper version

New Diskeeper 2008 with InvisiTasking? technology maximizes peak performance in a way never before possible by eliminating file system performance problems IN REAL TIME as they occur.

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Diskeeper 2008 Homeb>

Automatic defragmentation designed for home computing, to keep non-networked PCs healthy and running at top speed.

Diskeeper 2008 Professionalb>

Designed for the typical office PC user, Diskeeper 2007 Professional includes advanced protection against performance problems for PCs and Laptops.

Diskeeper 2008 Pro Premierb>

Specially designed for high-end systems and power users. Get an EXTRA performance boost above and beyond anything you have ever experienced before - even better than when your system was new!

Diskeeper 2008 Serverb>

Get maximum server speed, reliability, and performance. Designed from the ground up to provide real time file system performance for your servers.

Diskeeper 2008 EnterpriseServerb>

Provides maximum file system performance for high capacity, high traffic, 24/7, enterprise level servers with disk volumes containing millions of files including NAS, RAID, and SANS.

Diskeeper 2008 Administratorb>

Provides centralized defragmentation management, alerting, and reporting tools to empower System Administrators with easy network-wide control.Downloadb> @ Diskeeper.com[/url

Homepage:b> Diskeeper

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Tantawi    86

Looks nicer than PerfectDisk, I'll give it a try (Y).

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Blaine    2

Very interesting, but I don't feel like they're promoting their product as good as they should. Marketing issues? The Diskeeper site barely gives any info about what is new in the 2008 version.

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neufuse    2,919

Kinda annoying I bought Diskeeper 2007 31 days ago... they have a 30 day free upgrade policy.. and after calling them to see if they will still give the update they said no it was over 30 days.... ugh kinda annoying but what ever

Very interesting, but I don't feel like they're promoting their product as good as they should. Marketing issues? The Diskeeper site barely gives any info about what is new in the 2008 version.

There really isn't much new

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mipra    0

How does perfectdisk approach the new release of DK? Anybody can tell me how DK perfom recently compared to perfectdisk 8?

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(Spork)    87

DK 08 made my system performance pwn lol jumped about 20% id say from there chart

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NateB1    75

One thing that is making me consider upgrading to Diskeeper 08 is its compatibility with the Shadow Copy feature in Vista - currently when the HDD is defragmented, I lose the previous versions of files.

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Tantawi    86
How does perfectdisk approach the new release of DK? Anybody can tell me how DK perfom recently compared to perfectdisk 8?

I think I'll ditch PerfectDisk for it (Y).

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Hierophant    0

I'm doing the same. PerfectDisk out.

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Computer Guru    3

I'll have to try this, because I ditched DiskKeeper for PerfectDisk back in '05.

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Slimy    12
I think I'll ditch PerfectDisk for it (Y).
I'm doing the same. PerfectDisk out.

What tests have you guys done to make the switch?

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RadishTM    291
What tests have you guys done to make the switch?

Only visual tests :rofl:

Radish?

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soldier1st    40

same,i am really glad dk removed the 20% free space thing that previous versions needed and needs less than pd but the offline defrag has the same as before and it seems to have made an improvement it defrags all my drives for me so i dont have to do manual defrags anymore if i dont want to and contrary to what pd says what they do about dk not defragging when the system waqs busy,i was playing a game and during it i saw no performance drop and it defragged my vm's(they were really fragmented,they always are)and performance is great.

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Computer Guru    3

Ideally, you'd run a FS benchmark with either Sandra or HDTach. Then you'd image it and defrag with the first app, and bench it again. Then you'd restore the image, and defrag with the second and bench it again.

I won't be benching anything until I get my new machine though :)

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ultimate99    51
What tests have you guys done to make the switch?

I would like to know too.

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rand0m.bullet    18

so, does this InvisiTasking actually make a difference or is it all marketing hype

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NateB1    75

InvisiTasking - I have noticed a performance increase on my heavily used primary HDD. The Frag Shield also helps.

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Malechai    112

is activation in 2008? i noted it was added into DK2007 late in its life

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RadishTM    291
I'm pretty much the same IRL, except I am a bit more open and vocal here. The benefits of anonymity...

It would be interesting to get the hardcore Windows and OS X users in a room and see how the debate would change.

Err ... wrong topic? :laugh:

@ Spyder - Yes, it has activation.

Radish?

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Computer Guru    3
I'm pretty much the same IRL, except I am a bit more open and vocal here. The benefits of anonymity...

It would be interesting to get the hardcore Windows and OS X users in a room and see how the debate would change.

Ummmmmmmmmm.... Who/what are you replying to!?

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kilimanjaro    0

Interesting! Thanks for the info. Off to download it now. Invisitasking worked really well in the previous (2007) version, so if they havent changed anything significantly, it still ought to be good. More importantly, if the 1% free space defrag works well, then it's a great improvement over other defraggers. For defraggging large files , you'll still need free disk space around twice the size of the largest fragmented file, I suppose, and not merely x% of free diskspace. Can anyone clarify this?

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Knife Party    630

sounds good, but then again sounds like bloatware to me, recently got UltimateDefrag 1.69, which i have to say is lean and really good :)

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Tantawi    86
Only visual test:rofl:l:

Radish?

Pretty much that's:Dt :D it's a defragmenter for god sake...

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NateB1    75
Ummmmmmmmmm.... Who/what are you replying to!?

I replied to the wrong topic. :blush: If you look back at my post, you will see that I corrected it. I caught it about a minute after I posted it.

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Blaine    2
Interesting! Thanks for the info. Off to download it now. Invisitasking worked really well in the previous (2007) version, so if they havent changed anything significantly, it still ought to be good.

huh? I thought InvisiTasking was the new feature of 2008. :s

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