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!
What Does Diskeeper Mean By “RealTime”?
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