Diskeeper Announces A Roomba For Your Hard Drive

When was the last time you defragged your hard drive?

Me neither.

Diskeeper Corporation has included automated defragmentation functionality in its latest version of its system maintenance software: Diskeeper 2007.

The technology, dubbed InvisiTasking, allows system maintenance to run invisibly in the background, and draws on unused system resources in order to perform defragmentation without affecting network performance. The launch of Diskeeper 2007 represents a new step forward for defragmentation, said Diskeeper product manager Michael Materie, because it allows users to "install it and forget it," rather than schedule regular defrag sessions.

No more scheduling system maintenance for times when you're not working. You're always working, aren't you?

Yeah, me too.

Read it here.