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Re: defrag on NT 4.0 again?!

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Windows NT5 (or Windows 2000 or whatever it is called today) will actually
contain a cut-down version of Diskeeper which is the better of the 2.

At 16:43 7/12/98 -0800, you wrote:
>This technology was pioneered by Symantec (Norton) and they license a
>limited version to Microsoft for use in their Op. systems. (As I last
>heard) So the NT is just a parred-down  Norton. I would go with the Norton
>Utils.
>Steve
>
>At 01:01 PM 12/7/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>Hi again,
>>I was not clear on my last message;
>>Any one knows if  "Norton Utility" is the better one or "Diskeeper" to
>>defrag on windows NT 4.0?
>>THANKS,
>>JOSEPH HAROUNI P.E.
>>
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