Greenliant Ships Industry’s First Industrial-Grade 8 GB Embedded Solid-State Drive

Greenliant Systems, a leader in energy-efficient, highly secure and reliable solid-state storage products, has started mass production of its industrial-grade 8 GB NANDrive™ with ATA/IDE interface. The addition of Greenliant’s GLS85LP1008P solid-state drive (SSD) marks the widest range of capacities—512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB—of small form factor, embedded SSDs that can withstand the extreme environments of automotive and industrial applications.

The GLS85LP1008P NANDrive combines Greenliant’s high-performance NAND controller with 8 GB of single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash die in a tiny 14mm x 24mm x 1.9mm package. The 91 ball grid array (BGA), 1mm ball pitch package gives customers an embedded SSD that is easy, space-saving and cost-effective for mounting to a system motherboard.

“Greenliant NANDrive devices have the same footprint across all capacities, which allows our customers to seamlessly add more storage when they need it,” said Nobu Higuchi, vice president of application engineering and product marketing, Greenliant. “Our 8 GB I-grade NANDrive is a high-capacity SSD in a very small size. Combined with its advanced security features, the I-grade NANDrive protects customer data in applications that require long operating life and durability.”

The GLS85LP1008P NANDrive has a 50 MByte/sec sustained Read speed and a 39 MByte/sec sustained Write speed, while staying energy-efficient with typical active-mode power consumption as low as 500mW. Its enhanced reliability features include data loss prevention during unexpected power interruptions and product endurance up to 100 million host-write cycles. For more info, visit

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Ashampoo Magical Defrag – disk defragmentation on the fly

Over time, hard drives get fragmented due to half-hearted maintenance, resulting in a significantly measurable performance loss. Usually defragmenting your hard-disks with the Windows defragmentation service takes ages to complete. Working during idle periods, Ashampoo Magic Defrag pauses automatically the defragmentation process as soon as other programs require processor capacity or access the hard disk.

Ashampoo Magical Defrag

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Manage your disk space with style; free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting large, useless files

These days, hard drives offer more storage space for lower prices than ever before. However, I’ve found on my own that no matter how large is your hard drive, sooner or later you’ll fill it up with something. I’m quite sure that you know what I’m talking about and you have seen already the annoying low disk space warning (and the consequences) on your own. At that point, you might want to analyze your hard drive and find the files and folders that are taking the most space, but in case you have hundreds of folders with thousands of files – you’re in trouble.

Considering it’s impossible to use Windows to determine which folders use the most space (or at list, not the easy way), I’d like to recommend you to use Disk Space Fan. This gorgeous application can display the amount of space taken by each folder and the files contained within.

You can find out more by reading the full review of Disk Space Fan or downloading Disk Space Fan.

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Signs that your Hard Drive kicks the bucket

Signs that your Hard Drive kicks the bucket, taking all your data with it:

– frequent crashes, especially while booting up
– frequent error messages while copying or moving or files
– disappearing files and folders
– long times to access folders and files
– scrambled files or folders names
– unusually loud sounds which you never heard before (clicking, repeated spin-up and spin-down)

In case your harddisk just kicked the bucket, try File Scavenger Data Recovery.

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Reasons Why Windows Is Not A Virus

Reasons Why Windows Is Not A Virus
1. Viruses are free.
2. Viruses don’t take up most of your hard drive.
3. Viruses don’t need 3 GB of RAM.
4. Viruses don’t have major bugs.
5. Viruses don’t have three different sets of documentation.
6. Viruses aren’t on every computer.
7. Nobody cares if a virus turns out to be 32 bit, even though it is advertised as 64…
8. Viruses install themselves !

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5 reasons your computer performance drops dead

‎5 reasons your computer performance will fall in time:

  1. Leftover garbage by uninstallers / manually deleted programs. Solution: Total Uninstall.
  2. Hard drive fragmentation that causes longer time-outs for your drive to seek for and load files. Solution: Auslogics Disk Defrag.
  3. Programs that load themselves in memory for faster loading time. Solution: Quick Startup.
  4. Big amount of installed programs. Solution: AVG PC Tuneup.
  5. And finally, viruses, spy-ware, etc. can be to blame one too many times. Did I forget something ? 🙂 Solution: Kaspersky Internet Security.

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Defrag Your Hard Drive

Defragment your hard drive – yes, do it on a regular basis.

Why? Because in time pieces of files are stored physically scattered on your hard disk. So, everytime your hard drive gets to read a file, it has to work more to find and read it. Defrag finds all the files pieces and moves them all together so that each file is stored in one place contiguously. This process will speed up your hard drive.

In order to perform this operation you can either use the integrated Windows defragmentation or use a third party application. I suggest you to go for O&O Defrag 14.

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