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Vista RC1 support with Diskeeper beta software

by Michael 24. August 2006 14:17
You've likely heard the news that Vista is about to enter the Release Candidate (RC) stage within the next week or so (after the US Labor Day weekend). It is also supposed to be the next broadly available release since the "beta2" release a while back. While MSDN members (software developers) and select MS testers have had access to interim builds, RC1 is supposed to be available for everyone. The next Diskeeper beta for Vista won't occur until after RC1 is out and we've done the approriate testing on our end. My apologies on not having released supported betas for some of the more recent interim builds of Vista. I know I said that we would, but we've been caught up in the next Diskeeper release and unfortunately, haven't had the time.

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New Partner Portal!!!

by Helpdesk 9. August 2006 13:31
If you currently resell software or have considered reselling, checkout our newly launched partner portal. If you want to partner with Diskeeper, ideally you would register and get a login, but you don't need one. From the main page click the "Software" link at the top, or simply go to this page and follow the nav on the left. We have overhauled the site providing more resources and promotions to make it easier for partners to make money with Diskeeper. As part of our growing effort to extend more personalized service to our partners, we have an excellent page allowing one to rapidly get in touch with the Diskeeper employee that handles your specific needs. -Paul

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Who uses Diskeeper?

by Helpdesk 14. July 2006 14:26
Apparently a lot of people do! Diskeeper recently surpassed the 20 million licenses sold mark. -Paul

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Diskeeper and Linux

by Michael 11. July 2006 21:27
A reader (Mike from NCL Worldwide) responded with a question on Linux to my In the Oven blog. I felt this was an really interesting question and deserved added attention, hence this article. Here's the basic question he asked: Do you have any plans for supporting linux systems, ie, Fedora Core 4 (which we are experimenting with here). We are attempting to go web-based within our intranetwork for data entry, etc.. And if we switch to linux servers fully (we have one how that we use as an SQL server) I would be very interested in a defragger program for them. For his full question, read his response in "In the Oven". Read on for my response...

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Diskeeper 10 betas for Vista

by Michael 11. July 2006 20:51
We will be releasing a new build of Diskeeper 10 to support the latest Vista build later this week or early next. A few testers have written in with comments on where to get support or report issues. While we aren't supporting this in the typical sense (providing a quick bug fix), we do want to incorporate solutions as we progress with our beta releases for Vista. That said, please send your comments/issues to FieldTest@Diskeeper.com. Our Beta Project Manager will get the data over to our developers for resolution in a future release. My apologies on the Blogging hiatus, we've been very busy. We are in the midst of wrapping the next new Diskeeper (very exciting) which we expect to launch later this year - i.e. before Vista. We are still looking for a few more RC (release candidate) testers for that release. The offer is open to existing Diskeeper customers. If you're interested, email the same address above and write in the subject line you wish to test. I also recommend providing contact data, including company name and phone numbers and if you are a volume license customer or a home user (so we can provide the proper software to test). If you have a customer ID from a past purchase please add that as well as it streamlines our review process for admission to the test program. We do have limited openings so please understand that we cannot accept all requests. Also note that the RC testing is very, very short (only a few days). We send out what is essentially a final product, and are looking primarily for "marketing" feedback and maybe some fine-tuning. It does require you answer some survey questions. Other than the short time frame we require, our testers have noted they really enjoy the ability to test our software and provide us feedback.

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