Ramblings of a Home Server User

October 2, 2007

Limited Time Opportunity – Diskeeper 2008 for WHS Testing

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tom @ 9:44 pm

This is a limited time opportunity, so act quick! This is on all the WHS related blogs now. I’ll be posting my initial review soon. This is for the English language version only, and you must have been a previous Diskeeper customer.

This is a limited program. Only the first 50 completed and signed applicants will be accepted AND, you must be a previous customer of Diskeeper (please provide email address used to purchase or register software). You will need to complete testing by October 7th and take a survey of about 40 questions (most are multiple choice). Yes, we understand this is a short time frame, but the software is primed for release and has been through several stages of testing already; we want to get this on the market! You can have the chance to get the first peak at this exciting and fully WHS-integrated version of Diskeeper.

To sign up for the Diskeeper Home Server field test please visit http://www.diskeeper.com/feedback/field-testing/testing.asp, and select the Windows Field Test Application Form.

Please note that you will need to sign the non-disclosure agreement. In short this means that you must refrain from discussing the pre-release software publicly. Please read the document for the full requirements and instructions.

We hope you have fun testing the software!

Michael Materie

Director of Product Management

Diskeeper Corporation

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