SOURCE: Diskeeper Corporation

February 26, 2007 14:52 ET

System Performance Software Drives Corporate Viability

Regardless of Configuration or Applications Installed, System Performance Software Is Critical to the Success of Every Business

BURBANK, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 26, 2007 -- Without a doubt, the most important piece of software on your workstations and servers is the operating system. Without an operating system, like Windows®, these business machines aren't going to do much computing. But, assuming they do have an operating system, what should come next? The answer is system performance software.

It can be said that a system performance program is the second most important software you can install, and with good reason.

Anti-virus and anti-spyware programs are important, make no mistake about it. But, how are you going to run these programs if your computer isn't functioning correctly? We've all experienced it; we run our favorite anti-virus program and then have to wait forever for it to do its job. An anti-virus scan is not a minor job in most instances, and it is not unusual for this process to literally take hours and hours to perform.

But, while viruses and anti-spyware get all the press, there is an unexpected threat lurking within every Windows-based workstation or server in existence. It's called fragmentation, and it is a dangerous and unavoidable byproduct of the Windows operating system.

Fragmentation is the scattering of data and the wiping out of continuous free space on a hard drive. Every time you use your computer, the information that is written to the hard drive is fragmented or scattered into little pieces. These little pieces metastasize and grow -- hindering system performance. As a result, when you see your computer begin to have problems -- slow down, take forever, slow downloads, freeze-up, and crashes just to name a few -- it's very likely to be a result of fragmentation issues.

The inevitable result is a computer that won't computer properly, and eventual shutdown. And of course, once the computer is dead, no other program, no matter how 'good and essential' is going to run.

This is why system performance software, such as Diskeeper® 2007 by Diskeeper Corporation (www.diskeeper.com), is so incredibly valuable and why no Windows-based system on the planet should ever be without it. Diskeeper will do many things for a computer system, but one of the most important things that it does is eliminate all fragmentation from the system or server, and then automatically keep the system in a pristine state of blazing maximum performance for the entire life of the system.

You will have to see it to believe it, but the change in a computer with system performance software installed can be nothing short of miraculous. Not only will it run faster than you thought possible, it can potentially run faster than when it was new. And, as an added bonus, antivirus and anti-spyware scans run much, much faster -- as will all the programs on your system. No more weird shutdowns, freeze up or lock ups. No more impossible downloads. No more boot times that take forever and a day.

Therefore, only one question remains -- If a piece of software will save your systems from an early death, and maintains them at their highest maximum health potential for years to come, shouldn't every computer have it installed?

Of course, you don't have to take my word for it -- install system performance software on your workstations and servers and see for yourself!

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