Diskeeper Corporation has announced the launch of Diskeeper 2008, including new features such as the ability to defrag in the most extreme levels of low free space or the highest levels of file fragmentation.
An Intelligent defrag routine dynamically chooses which software engine will net the most performance gains on a given system or environment. This is all done completely transparently, in real time, tapping the full power of otherwise unused idle resources with a background processing technology called InvisiTasking.
According to the company every machine suffers from file fragmentation and past solutions for this problem included resource-heavy “one pass” or manual approaches. With advancing technology these have since been replaced by background processing technology.
Diskeeper 2008 InvisiTasking makes defragmentation operations take place “on the fly,” in real time, as fragmentation occurs.
Diskeeper 2008 also introduces some powerful defragmentation engines. Even on systems with as little as 1% free space available, Diskeeper can restore performance and reliability. New engines also handle levels of file fragmentation numbering in the millions, as seen at large enterprise sites with massive server traffic.
And lastly, the “brains” behind Diskeeper 2008 contain an intelligent defrag function that detects volume and system conditions (e.g. low free space or heavy fragmentation) and dynamically chooses the most effective software engine to net performance gains on that system. As with all Diskeeper operations, this too takes place automatically, on the fly, in real time. Hands down, Diskeeper 2008 is the most intelligent real time defragmenter ever built.