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deFrag That Windows Home Server! « Ramblings of a Home Server User

Data on disks needs defragging.  This is an age old wise saying associated with PCs.  Windows Home Server is no different, however traditional defrag tools will struggle with the disk layout of Windows Home Server.  To this end, WHS specific tools are beginning to ship and Tom has provided some details on his blog. 

deFrag That Windows Home Server!

Posted on September 21, 2007 by Tom

Two new defragmentation products are hitting the market for Windows Home Server.

1. Raxco PerfectDisk 8.0 for Windows Home Server

The Power of PerfectDisk

PerfectDisk 8 for Windows Home Server brings the power of PerfectDisk 8 to the Windows Home Server environment. Complete single-pass disk defragmentation and optimization, along with PerfectDisk’s exclusive Space Restoration Technology’s free space consolidation are easily available to the Windows Home Server drives.

Download Evaluation Edition | Purchase Diskeeper for Windows Home Server

2. Diskeeper 2008 for Windows Home Server

Diskeeper 2007 for Windows Home Server will not be available until later this year. But in the mean time Terry with We Got Served has arranged with Diskeeper for a 45-day trial of Diskeeper 2007 for Windows Home Server, to be available to the public.

Download Diskeeper 2007 for Windows Home Server

deFrag That Windows Home Server! « Ramblings of a Home Server User

 

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David

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