Ramblings of a Home Server User

November 17, 2007

Contest – Raxco PerfectDisk 8 Windows Home Server Edition

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tom @ 1:31 pm

Hey everybody,

I have been graciously given 3 site licenses of PerfectDisk for Windows Home Server to giveaway to you my readers. Please read the rules, how to enter, and if you would like to enter, please complete your answers to the contest questions and follow the procedure for sending them to me.

Contest Rules:

  • Open to anybody worldwide
  • By entering this contest, you agree to have your name and location published for promotional purposes only.

How to enter:

Send an email to homeserverblog at gmail.com, with name, location, and e-mail address you wish to be contacted at, and the answers to the following questions.

Contest Questions:

  • What is the name of Raxco’s patented defragmentation technology?
  • What are the three types of defragmentation methods in Raxco PerfectDisk?
  • When PerfectDisk for Windows Home Server is installed, it automatically schedules an automatic defrag of all drives. What time is that defrag scheduled for?
  • Complete the following sentence “One feature that I would like to see in Windows Home Server is….”
  • BONUS (optional): What date did Windows Home Server RTM on?

The contest will close at 9PM Pacific time on November 24th, 2007, any submissions received after 9PM Pacific time will not be accepted. Winners will be announced November 26th, 2007.

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