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Defrag Redefines Automatic Software

Through Recent Technological Advancements, Defrag Software Takes “Automatic” To a Whole New Level.

Over the years, lots of promises have been made about developing a truly automatic piece of software that does its job with virtually no supervision or input from the user. Up to now, the word “automatic” was really code for “reduced” user input and supervision — especially where servers and networks are involved. However, for defrag software, all of this has now changed, and for the first time ever, the word “automatic” may actually mean what it says.

It’s only natural for IT professionals and system administrators to be cautious when it comes to introducing new software into their systems…and rightfully so. For many of them, keeping the network up and running smoothly with minimal problems is their number one concern.

So, in researching various defrag solutions, what should “automatic” really mean to the IT professional? An automatic piece of software should be simple to install. There should be no extended training periods on how to use it, nor manuals to study in order to understand it. After installation, the software should begin to do its work without any input from the user, and while running, not interfere with system resources — even when resource demand is at its absolute highest. There should not be a need for scheduling…in fact, the system administrator should know with confidence that the software is doing its job without the need for any supervision whatsoever.

Of course now, there is software, such as the new Diskeeper 2007 by Diskeeper Corporation (, with its groundbreaking InvisiTasking technology, which does just that.
With InvisiTasking, potential problems are handled immediately, on the fly, in real time, without affecting or interfering with system resources.

In these exciting times, defrag software has become so dependable and so automatic in its functionality, that it has been compared to the daily rising of the sun. All you have to do is install the software, and it will take care of the rest. You’ll soon find that your network runs with unparalleled stability and reliability, and performs at a level that is even better than when the system was new.

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Defrag software has taken a quantum leap in performance technology, and truly represents a new definition for the word “automatic”.

Contact: Colleen Toumayan

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