It’s true that computers today have enormous disk capacities, dynamic operating systems, and are capable of handling massive amounts of data. However, file sizes are also substantially larger with the proliferation of video, digital images and music. Imagine how many files you access when opening a single webpage.
For many, defrag has become a cumbersome task, requiring a user to schedule what can be hours of time away from the computer in order to complete this nightmarish task. While traditional defragging methods may not be optimum for today’s operating environments, there is advanced defrag technology designed to defend today’s computers.
Advanced defrag software, developed by Diskeeper Corporation, defragments a hard disk “on the fly,” in real time, handling potential problems immediately. Diskeeper 2008, uses InvisiTasking to boost performance of a slow computer and keeps programs running at maximum potential, essentially stopping fragmentation in its tracks.
Because the technology only uses idle system resources, it operates seamlessly without disrupting normal computer performance. Even systems that have only one or two percent of free space left available or a file in millions of fragments, can restore lost performance and save the applications reliant on those files from major reliability failures with Diskeeper 2008.
The easy to install software works without any input from the user, and because it is automatic, users never need to schedule “time out” for their computer for defragmenting again.
Automatic defragmentation also has other advantages such as online directory consolidation that boosts antivirus scans and back-up speed.
For those who want fast results and no computer downtime, automatic defrag software is a low cost solution to fragmentation that slows computer performance.