PerfectDisk has always been at the forefront with certification, and PerfectDisk's Windows 7 certification adds to a long list of certifications that are unmatched by any other disk defragmenter.
Gaithersburg, MD (Vocus) March 23, 2010
Raxco Software, the leader in disk defragmentation software, announced today that PerfectDisk® 11 has achieved Windows® 7 certification from Microsoft®. Microsoft’s certification programs are designed to ensure that third-party software applications operating on Windows 7 meet specific requirements for compatibility and reliability on Windows 7.
Microsoft designed its Windows 7 quality program to improve the end user experience with third-party software applications in compatibility and reliability. PerfectDisk 11 has passed the Microsoft-designed tests in these areas.
“With the growing complexity of interoperability issues, the importance of certification has never been more important,” said Bob Hegel, Microsoft program manager at Raxco Software. “PerfectDisk has always been at the forefront with certification, and PerfectDisk’s Windows 7 certification adds to a long list of certifications that are unmatched by any other disk defragmenter.”
About Raxco Software
Raxco Software has been the industry leader in helping large enterprises, small businesses, and consumers with their computer performance and resource management needs for over 30 years. Its PerfectDisk is certified by Microsoft® for Windows 7, Vista, Windows Server® 2008 and Hyper-V. PerfectDisk products have a long history of winning the industry’s highest awards, including a perfect 5-star review from CNET Download, winner of the Windows IT Pro Readers' Choice Awards for Defragmentation Utility and Storage Management Tools, Redmond Magazine's Best of the Best Award, and PC Magazine's Editors’ Choice Award, among others. Raxco’s PerfectSpeed is the industry’s first all-in-one automated PC performance suite for Windows®. Raxco also produces optimization software for HP's OpenVMS operating system. Raxco Software can be found on the Web at http://www.perfectdisk.com.
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