HDD (hard disk drive) is somewhat a problematic part of a computer. Of course, it is not the most vulnerable part, neither it is the most incompatible one; but, unlike other parts (which, if they fail, would cost you not more than the cost of that new part), the failure of a HDD can cost you several times more than the cost of the entire computer. Why so much? The answer is information. Even if your information is backed up often, an unexpected HDD crash would effectively get you out of your groove.
The good news is: even when you cant prevent a disk crash, you can at least predict it and promptly replace the problematic part.
The modern HDDs typically have many sensors observing all of their vital parameters and signalizing of critical states (the entire technology is called S.M.A.R.T.) So, all you would need to keep your data safe is simply having good reliable software, which would retrieve and analyze S.M.A.R.T. data from your hard drive and then alarm you long before the problems would actually arise. The careful and reliable DriveSitter software fully meets these requirements. It monitors drive temperature and other parameters, displays them all in several forms, including a visual one, with flags like «OK/Risk/BAD»; it also displays the parameters gathered and reviewed through time, so you can review the dynamics of your disk health.
DriveSitter has amazing capabilities for risk alarms (its the main thing youd want to have from the program, right?) The software can show warnings on the local computer (message box, sound alarm), send warnings as network messages or e-mail; it can even conditionally shut the computer down to save data from possible damage.
DriveSitter just CARES unoptrusively, timely, and friendly.
DriveSitter Pro 188.8.131.52 Your hard disk may crash NOW! DriveSitter Pro forecasts up to 70% of all sudden HDD crashes and monitors the HDD temperature. DriveSitter Pro runs unnoticeable in the background
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