Hard Disk Sentinel Pro 5.60 Build 11463 with size 71.27 Mb is a utility for monitoring and monitoring the status of hard drives. Identifies potential problems, performance degradation, and potential failures. May warn the user in the event of a malfunction or temperature rise. Its capabilities obviously will not seem superfluous, especially in the case of special value of stored data with an increase in the volume of drives. The program monitors the status of hard drives, including temperature indicators and S.M.A.R.T parameters (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, a technology built into most modern drives) for each hard drive.
- works with drives through the IDE, Serial ATA and SCSI interfaces, determines the status and temperature in real mode; readings are displayed instantly, there is no need to conduct a long diagnosis; displays the current and minimum temperature of drives, specific attributes depending on the manufacturer; advanced users will find useful hours of operation and the number of read / write errors; interprets S.M.A.R.T performance and status values. as a percentage for easier understanding
- with the help of special icons on disks in the system the basic values of the status and used space are displayed, thus simplifying control
- it is possible to display current temperature values in the system panel and subsequent warnings in case threshold values are exceeded; if you wish, you can view detailed status information of all hard drives in a special window or a small window and a full schedule of temperature changes from the moment you start using the program
- Hard Disk Sentinel identifies drive models and displays detailed information about each of them, starting from the revision number / buffer size and ending with all its other properties; displays the current and maximum possible data transfer mode
- the program counts the total amount of data that was copied or written to disk, displays the current read / write speeds and processor load
- displays information on all sections in the system, regardless of the number of drives; later this data is used for automatic warning and status display.