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Visual Defrag for SQL Server Discount

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Visual Defrag for SQL Server 2005, 2000, and 7.0

Visual Defrag is the world's first professional visual database defragmentation software for Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2000 and 7.0, and comes with a scheduler and graphical display. Visual Defrag is a versatile tool that allows you to defragment your database tables quickly and reliably. Aimed at database administrators who want a simple, fast solution to getting better performance from their databases, it removes the need to write long and often complex code. Robust and easy to integrate with your current SQL Server database system, Visual Defrag demo edition is now available to download.

Visual Defrag 2005 - 15% discount when you purchase our database defragmentation software using the code SSC-NT.

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