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The Condusiv blog shares insight into the issues surrounding system and application performance—and how I/O optimization software is breaking new ground in solving those issues.

What Does Diskeeper Mean By "RealTime"?

by Michael 27. October 2006 00:22
With Diskeeper 2007's introduction of real-time file system performance, some understandable questions arise or are reborn. Exactly how "Johnny on the spot" is Diskeeper about file fragmentation and free space consolidation? Or for that matter, I-FAAST file sequencing or directory consolidation? A concern might be defragmenting temporary files that won't hang around very long, and are likely be maintained in cache for their entire existence. How about excess power consumption and resultant heat from being busy all the time? What about wear and tear on the drives? Won't a regularly active process cause the drive to have to work more? These are great questions!

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InvisiTasking and BOINC

by Michael 26. October 2006 15:55
If you're reading this blog you probably have a good idea of what InvisiTasking is and what it does already. If not, you can read some of the earlier blogs on that subject for review, or check out an interview I did on Let's Talk Computers (http://www.letstalkcomputers.com/guests/diskeeper/invisitask/index.htm) or Computer Outlook (http://www.computeroutlook.com/dailyshows.php). BOINC is an acronym for Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (http://boinc.berkeley.edu/). While the two technologies are very different in their application, they do share the same principle. Both seek to leverage under-utilized computing power to do something positive.

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What do you want to see on the Diskeeper Blog?

by Michael 25. October 2006 01:51
Recently I've been active on numerous tech forums, helping out Diskeeper users and providing technical assistance or just general info on how the file system and OS work. It's giving me some good ideas for future blogs, but I'd really like to hear from everyone reading this blog what subjects you would like to see covered here. As much as I like to hear myself talk ;-), I want to cover things you actually care to read. I want this site to provide benefit. Please think of it as a resource to help you out or provide you info you may not be able to get anywhere else. I ask only that any subjects you suggest be loosely relevant to the technologies Diskeeper Corporation is involved with. On those subjects I can speak with, at least, a modicum of intelligence :-). Your request doesn't have to be on technical subjects. If you want to know more about the company itself - ask away. Let us know what you'd like to see covered here! Please note that I may not post your comments until I get around to answering them in full.

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Diskeeper 2007 will offer a free update to support Vista

by Michael 19. October 2006 14:52
We've had a number of questions on this: When Diskeeper 2007 officially supports Vista (a few weeks away), the update build will be free to anyone who owns Diskeeper 2007.

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Getting Help With Diskeeper 2007 - Where To Go

by Michael 18. October 2006 15:00
The launch of a new product is a busy time for any software company and Diskeeper Corp is no exception. To prepare, we've improved our automation processes and increased staff in all areas that deal with our customers. The release is going very smoothly, but questions always come up, and our staff are hard at work helping everyone out. If you have questions or need assistance, below is a good list of places to find more information, and/or where send your requests for customers in North America: For technical support, please visit: http://www.diskeeper.com/support/ If you have issues with the website, please email our Web Team: webmaster@diskeeper.com If you have general requests, such as resending your software purchase/maintenance letter, please email our Customer Support Team at: service@diskeeper.com You can find additional contact information at: http://www.diskeeper.com/contact/contact.asp If you purchased from a reseller, please return to them for assistance. If you are located outside the US/Canada, please visit your respective Diskeeper reseller or partner.

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