[color=red]DAVE3737-PRESENTS:Raxco Perfect Disk 8.00 to 8.00.64 pre activated[/color]
[color=green]Double click downloaded archive to open installer
Single click app to install then update [/color]
[color=green]Raxco Software, the leader in disk defragmentation, now provides the power of enterprise defragmentation for desktop and laptop users with PerfectDisk. PerfectDisk's easy to use interface and powerful defrag engine were designed for users who do not require the capabilities of network defragmentation and advanced features for the enterprise.PerfectDisk is a software that helps you to defrag disks. If you want to optimize your computer to run faster and perform better so you can do more – whether work or surfing the Web – and don't run in a networked environment like many companies, then PerfectDisk is for you. PerfectDisk® 8 Version delivers speed, thoroughness, and ease-of-use for all Windows® home, small business, and large enterprise users.
PerfectDisk® Version 8.0, the world's most popular and thorough disk defragmentation solution, combines speed, thoroughness flexibility, control and ease-of-use to help improve PC and server performance. Global enterprises benefit from faster computers through regular, automated, unattended defragmentation with PerfectDisk. Certified by Microsoft® for Windows, PerfectDisk is designed for today's largest disk drives. With PerfectDisk's Command Center management console, complete management and control is at the administrator's fingertips. If you are serious about disk defragmentation, optimization, and free space consolidation, you'll find PerfectDisk meets your high demands and requirements.
Changes in PerfectDisk 8.00.58:
PerfectDisk Command Center
- Corrected column sorting issues in the Console machine view and Reports.
- We added code to store the column widths on the Exchange Tab.
- Corrected the boot file management options for Vista. Originally we only allowed PerfectDisk Manage and Disable
- Corrected a bug when displaying statistics. The bug caused the statistics to be listed twice when displayed.
- Corrected a schedule bug which was preventing online defrag schedules from starting when they were preceeded by an offline schedule.
- Worked around a hardware driver issue on XP, Win2000 and Windows Server 2003 which effected boot-time defrag. In Srv03 & Vista a new storage control, IOCTL_DISK_COPY_DATA, was added that defrag operations should attempt to use when moving file data to accomplish two results:
### reduce the problem of VolSnap.sys shapshots being prematurely purged and
### increase performance where the underlying hardware may be able to "move" file data by just shuffling pointers.
If this new control fails, data is moved the normal brute force way (i.e. read it from here and write it to there). We have discovered that some hardware reported success when indeed they failed to correctly redirect the pointers. This issue can cause data loss.
What's new in PerfectDisk build 8.00.63
PerfectDisk Command Center
If you ran the Fragmentation report, the Alert report and the Fragmentation report again, some columns disappeared. This has been fixed.
When Saving or Printing the Alert report, an extra column was added. This is was a hidden column used for initial sorting. This has been fixed.
In the Managed Computers dialog, Vista machines were not displayed. This has been fixed.
When using the Configure Client Settings Wizard, you could set the Proxy settings associated with the AutoUpdate settings, however you could not clear them. This has been fixed.
On the Machine View tab, the Next Scheduled Run date was not always populated. This can occur if you have a one time schedule which has already been executed. This has been fixed.
When performing a boot-time defrag pass on Vista with the pagefile on a non-system drive, you received an Access Denied message. This was due to the IO manager opening and closing a handle to the pagefile. NTFS does not monitor for closing of the pagefile. We have worked around this issue.
When performing a boot-time defrag pass on a volume which was shrunken using the Drive Manager on Vista, PerfectDisk failed with a buffer overflow error. This was because when the drive was shrunken, the $Bitmap file was not reduced to match the drive size. We have worked around this issue.
Single file defrag was not supported on unmounted drives. This has been fixed.
There was a display issue when manually defragmenting an Exchange data store. This has been corrected.
When un-installing PerfectDisk you sometimes received the following error in the event log:
"SELECT * FROM PDEvent" whose target class "PDEvent" does not exist".
This has been fixed.
When using Find File the color displayed for the selected file sometimes changed. There was a bug which caused this if the first block being displayed contained files of different categories. This has been fixed.
Changes were made to the Screen Saver schedule to stop quicker on Win2000 and XP, and to run on Vista.
Localization support was added for German and Japanese.
Unmovable files were sometimes listed twice in the statistics. This has been fixed.
The UI could sometimes exit on a race condition when defragmenting multiple Exchange data stores. This only affected the display and not the actual defrag pass. This has been corrected.
If a boot-time defrag pass was set for next reboot, and an online defrag pass was executed on the same drive, the offline pass was cancelled. This has been fixed.
Fixed a display issue with PerfectDisk logs. If your time zone was GMT+ then log display was incorrect and delayed. You would observe the log file as being empty until some period of time passed and them the logs would populate. This has been fixed.
Additional code was added to allow PerfectDisk for Exchange to log more information to the application event log.
What's new in PerfectDisk build 8.00.64
PerfectDisk Command Center
When viewing the History dialog, the text display was sometimes poorly formatted. This has been fixed.
Console incorrectly displayed the Last Run Date for a computer added to an existing schedule. This has been fixed.
Code was added to support adding computers to a group using the fully qualified domain name (ComputerName.Domain.com).
Code was added to exclude certain SafeBoot encryption files. Moving these files could cause your computer to become non-bootable.
If your drive was very large PerfectDisk displayed some of the statistics using scientific notation. This has been fixed. [/color]