SOURCE: Diskeeper Corporation

January 21, 2010 11:29 ET

Preventing Fragmentation Means Reduction in System Problems

BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - January 21, 2010) - It's nice when you have to operate a piece of machinery day in and day out, and when you finally arrive at a time when everything has fallen into place so that there are few to no problems from that piece of machinery. Computers have made it possible to monitor factory processes, for example, so that equipment is always monitored and operators alerted to problems. Maintenance can be performed when it is needed; it doesn't take 2 or 3 factory maintenance workers to constantly check equipment to ensure it will be running tomorrow, or to make sure that there won't be an unexpected shutdown right in the middle of production.

In order for that to occur, though, computers themselves require maintenance. A constant computer maintenance problem throughout time has been ridding it of, or at least the reduction of, file fragmentation. Native to all computers, file fragmentation causes files and free spaces to split into thousands or even tens of thousands of pieces (fragments), causing severely slowed performance, process hangs and shortened hardware life.

Defragmentation has always been the solution to this problem -- but today, it also takes the right defrag technology. Because it only operates intermittently, scheduled defragmentation can mean that fragmentation issues still crop up into between scheduled runs. In order to fully address the fragmentation issue, it takes a fully automatic solution, one that prevents the defrag problem. This of course means Diskeeper® 2010 performance software.

Utilizing a new revolutionary technology called IntelliWrite™ fragmentation prevention, Diskeeper 2010 intelligently writes files to the disk to prevent up to 85 percent of fragmentation from occurring. Coupled with superior defragmentation technology, Diskeeper 2010 delivers a complete performance solution for every Windows system at every site, and goes far beyond what defragmentation alone can achieve. Significant savings are also achieved by reducing energy consumption and cooling -- even more than is done with conventional defragmentation.

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