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Windows 8 Defrag is Here & PerfectDisk is Faster Than Ever

Download PerfectDisk for Windows 8

PerfectDisk defrag and fragmentation prevention is faster than ever.

Service Pack 5 for PerfectDisk 12.5 is not just any old update. Windows 8 support is here, along with changes to the handling of SSD, flash and USB drives, missed schedules due to sleep mode or hibernation, improvements to the PerfectDisk interface, product responsiveness and more! Initial feedback from PerfectDisk fans:


“The UI is much faster! Windows 8 is now complete with PD 12.5….the OS is super smooth and fast”

- Kenneth M., Computer Technician, Mosta, Malta

“SP5 is almost like a new product. I don’t think PerfectDisk has been this responsive since 9, though I can’t speak for others.”

- Danial H., Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia

“Just amazing awesome!”

- Drew C., System Developer, Massapequa, New York

PerfectDisk Check for UpdatesMake sure you’re running the most up-to-date version of PerfectDisk:





Home Users: Extend Your Free Trial

If you are currently using a free trial evaluation of PerfectDisk, extend your 10-day trial to a 30-day trial by downloading PerfectDisk Pro or PerfectDisk Home Premium over your existing product of the same name.

Already a Licensed PerfectDisk 12.5 Customer?

Just click Check for Updates in your PerfectDisk Help menu.

 

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4 comments

    1. Hi John, I have submitted a support ticket to customer support for you. They will be replying to the email address you provided here. Thanks!

  1. My two hardware RAID arrays (Raid1 for Win8 and RAID10 for data) were amazingly fragmented when I installed SP5. The OS array was sluggish, and I was looking at SSD options.

    I set the two arrays for SmartPlacement and let PD spend the night defragmenting them. I was very surprised by the improvement in boot, program loading, and search times. In fact, I no longer find myself thinking about SSDs, which is a testament to how well your software optimizes OS drives.

    I do not remember seeing such an improvement with earlier versions of Perfectdisk on Windows 7.

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