NSTL


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NSTL

(National Software Testing Lab, Blue Bell, PA, www.nstl.com) An independent organization established in 1983 that evaluates computer hardware and software in the PC, mobile and gaming markets. It adheres to controlled testing methods to ensure objective results.
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"As Windows 2000 continues to be deployed in corporations globally, we felt it was important to provide the IT community with information that would educate them on the advantages of using Diskeeper in an enterprise environment over the manual defragmenter built into Windows 2000," said Lloyd Holder, CEO of NSTL. While this report was first released in an English only version a short time ago, it has created significant interest and positive feedback.
"Over the years we have tested a wide range of ink jet printers from the leading manufacturers," said Lloyd Holder, NSTL's director of Testing.
NSTL tested the effects of fragmentation on files of all types and sizes.
NSTL, a division of CMP Media, was established in 1983 as the world's first independent organization dedicated exclusively to testing the functionality, usability and performance of hardware and software.
What it does do is link to several compliance-testing Web sites, and it recommends NSTL's YMARK2OOO test utility as its compliance checker (available at www.nstl.com).