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Maxtor Corporation – a well-known maker of hard disk drives – has announced its new software driver that may boost performance of HDDs produced by the company by stunning 60%, according to some reports

MaxBoost is performance-boosting driver software which operates under Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP and which is designed to complement your Parallel ATA or Serial ATA hard disk drive by Maxtor. The MaxBoost driver intelligently caches data in the host system RAM before it is written to and read from the Maxtor disk drive, enhancing the effective storage speed of your system under a variety of system conditions and applications.

“Maxtor has released a new version of its MaxBoost Driver that is supposed to boost performances up to 60% on their hard disk drives,” a person, who tested the latest beta version of MaxBoost said.

You can grab the software to increase performance of your HDD over here

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