Defrag Your Hard Drives with Diskeeper for Windows

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Protocol joined me to explain why he chooses to use Diskeeper instead of the built in Windows defragging tool.

Diskeeper is an excellent tool. There is a 30-day free trial available for you to check it out.

With Diskeeper, it’s faster, has more options, allows you to schedule when it should run, and provides you with reports. Diskeeper 2008 Home edition puts your PC in the driver’s seat, allowing you to enjoy unprecedented performance and reliability while you work, browse and play. Fragmented hard drives drain critical system resources and compromise almost every aspect of daily computer use, leading to longer load times, persistent lags and costly crashes. Diskeeper 2008 Home shifts your system into high gear, ensuring that all your programs are running at peak performance.

Your computer will run faster with Diskeeper 2008 installed – period. You’ll enjoy using every aspect of your system, from downloading to accessing files to surfing the web with greater ease and efficiency. Leave hang-times, freeze-ups and other fragmentation-based crashes in the dust.

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47 thoughts on “Defrag Your Hard Drives with Diskeeper for Windows”

  1. They also make anti-virus software for the Mac, the overall message: Don’t use these utilities, they do more harm than good. People have lost entire drives because of iDefrag. That is why I steer clear. When a Mac isn’t being used heavily, the processor cycles will be used to defrag any files that may have been strewn across the system because it can happen when uninstalling SOME programs.