Friday, January 5th 2007

Diskeeper 2007 will run in background to eliminate fragmentation as it appears

A lot of Windows users these days have a lot of processes running in the background. This can be good or bad, but it definitely does not help a disk defragmenter do it's job. And so, the makers of Diskeeper 2007 made sure that users would not have to worry about how their various processes affected the performance of their degragmenter. Their "InvisiTasking" software runs in the background, automatically prioritizing itself as activity increases and decreases. This effectively makes Diskeeper 2007 run as if it's not there, and defragments as fragmentation appears, instead of at regular scheduled intervals. Diskeeper 2007 costs £23 for a home PC and from £285 for a Windows server.Source: The Register
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14 Comments on Diskeeper 2007 will run in background to eliminate fragmentation as it appears

#2
overcast
Hrmmmmm. I'll have to check this out.
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#3
Frogger
I use [Version: 10.0.608.0} and it rocks if the 2007 v.is as good it will be worth the $$
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#4
EastCoasthandle
This will be a problem for those that play online games like BF2, etc.
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#5
NamesDontMatter
nah, I'm pretty sure you can turn this feature off their pretty smart people behind this program. I also use it myself excellent program.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Oh hell yeah, I definitely have to get this version. I use one older version (like last years) and that rocks~!
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#7
EastCoasthandle
I've learned that if it ain't broke don't fix it. If it rocks keep what you have because it won't get better then that.
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#8
overcast
by: EastCoasthandle
I've learned that if it ain't broke don't fix it. If it rocks keep what you have because it won't get better then that.
In 1968, my fathers ESS HEIL Air Motion Transformer speakers were top of the line, and sounded amazing - paper cones and all. While they still sound very good, my Totem Forests blow them out of the water - with a driver half the size.
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EastCoasthandle
by: overcast
In 1968, my fathers ESS HEIL Air Motion Transformer speakers were top of the line, and sounded amazing - paper cones and all. While they still sound very good, my Totem Forests blow them out of the water - with a driver half the size.
That's false on several factors:
-30+ technology gap which is not relevant to this thread. (2006 vs 2007 is the issue here)
-you are trying to compare technology from 1968 which is more then arrogant on your part (again we are talking recent tech)
-and it barely beats it compared to todays standard
-there are people still satisfied by ESS HEIL
Therefore, your example is false by every stretch of the term used.
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#10
overcast
by: EastCoasthandle
That's false on several factors:
-30+ technology gap which is not relevant to this thread. (2006 vs 2007 is the issue here)
-you are trying to compare technology from 1968 which is more then arrogant on your part (again we are talking recent tech)
-and it barely beats it compared to todays standard
-there are people still satisfied by ESS HEIL
Therefore, your example is false by every stretch of the term used.
This is EXACTLY what you said above
If it rocks keep what you have because it won't get better then that.
I just showed you how a technology can get better, you said it won't get any better. How is that false?


Recent tech - how about the explosion of the Core2Duo - as compared to the 939. Both are recent techs, everyone said AMD was the best. Now it's intel.
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#11
zekrahminator
McLovin
Guys, what is with all this arguing in the news section?
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#12
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
We need to let out e-penises grow. You know that.
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#13
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
I much prefer O&O's method of defragmenting any time the screen saver comes on. Though I find that hard drives don't get fragmented enough to really even use that feature. A weekly defrag is really all that is necessary, and even then I only defrag the volumes that are 4% fragmented or more.
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#14
porus
My drives get freakin fragged after all the downloads and gaming i do on it :D I got hold of Diskeeper, checked it out and its cool, the invisitasking is just what i needed!Not that the other commercial defraggers out there are crap but, i think i liked this one to all others on my system.
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