Paragon Alignment Tool v2.0.11651 Retail (x32/x64)

Software, System Tools. February 13, 2011 by SoftSharing.


Paragon Alignment Tool v2.0.11651 Retail (x32/x64) | 27/27 Mb

Paragon Alignment Tool helps align partitions on physical and virtual disks according to internal device's geometry to boost performance of disk subsystem up to 3 times.

The Challenge:

The problem of inevitable degradation of the disk subsystem performance caused by misaligned partitions dates back to the nineties. From being a headache for IT administrators who wanted to get the most out of disk arrays, it's become crucial for all of us with appearance of SSD (solid state drive) and ultra high-capacity hard drives. Moreover, the growing popularity of virtualized systems has aggravated the situation even more. Is the problem that bad?

A New Solution from Paragon:

Obviously misalignment of logical partition sectors and actual physical sectors leads to redundant read/write operations, which is critical for overall performance, and with SSD, for its lifespan as well. With our PAT (Paragon Alignment Tool) you can forget about these problems once and for all. It will help you align partitions on physical and virtual disks according to internal device's geometry without affecting the on-disk data.

Why Paragon Alignment Tool?

The only tool that alligns partitions in a single operation
Guarantees safety for the on-disk system and data
Boosts performance of disk subsystems up to 3 times
Significantly increases endurance of SSD drives
Alligns partitions inside virtual containers and the host
Alligns partitions on ultra high-capacity 4K hard disks
All our flagship products include this utility by default


Home Page - http://www.paragon-software.com/technologies/components/partition-alignment/

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