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Diskeeper Considering Linux, Mac OS X Defrag Software

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The VAR Guy double-checked this rumor and got confirmation: Diskeeper may leap beyond Windows to offer disk defragmentation software on Linux and Mac OS X. What’s motivating the potential Diskeeper moves? Here’s the scoop.

Last night, during a casual conversation, one trusted source told The VAR Guy that Diskeeper was taking another close look at Linux and Mac OS X. If The VAR Guy was a betting man with cash in hand, he’d bet Mac OS X support is coming, and Linux support is potential on tap for the long haul.

So, why is Diskeeper reconsidering the Mac OS X and Linux markets? Three potential answers:

1. More Predictable Code Changes:

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