by Adam Armstrong

Condusiv Launches Diskeeper 16

Today Condusiv Technologies announced the latest version of its popular defragmentation software, Diskeeper 16. The latest version of their software now features DRAM caching adding what they are calling a guarantee to fix poor performing physical servers or PCs. The company goes on to claim that Diskeeper 16 can make the process of defragging a thing of the past and deliver “faster than new” performance without expensive forklift upgrades.

Diskeeper 16 is designed for Windows servers, laptops, and workstations and uses DRAM caching to eliminate traditional defragmentation by ensuring large, clean contiguous data writes from Windows so fragmentation is no longer an issue for HDDs or SSDs. The idea is to enable corporate and enterprise applications such as Microsoft SQL Server databases run at peak performance by getting rid of all the small writes that can inflate IOPS. Not only will this improve performance but it should extend the lifespan of both HDDs and SSDs.

The software is a “Set It and Forget It” type that runs in the background to improve Windows performance. The DRAM caching uses idle DRAM to serve hot data reads without causing memory starvation or resource contention.


Diskeeper 16 is available now and comes with a 90-day, money-back guarantee.

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