Tuesday, August 10, 2004

HDDlife Pro Has Been Released

HDDlife Pro Has Been Released

Life support system for your hard drive.

(PRWEB) April 24, 2005

Your hard disk is one of the most important and critical components of your PC. Unlike pure electronic devices, hard disks include moving mechanical parts. This makes them subject to wear.

Hard disk life expectancy varies from a few days to several years depending on any existing defects and the intensity of the usage. Hard disk failure is the worst thing that a PC user may face! When will it happen? Is it possible to predict?

Fortunately, today there is no need to use crystal balls or Tarot cards to make such predictions.

Modern hard disks are smart and complex devices that collect and store extensive statistics about themselves. HDDLife Pro from BinarySense is a tool to access and analyze these statistics.

HDDLife Pro runs in the background constantly monitoring your disks. It alerts you about possible hard disk problems before they happen. The program supports all HDD interfaces including SCSI.

HDDLife Pro provides a clear and easy-to-use interface. Every home PC user can use it. System administrator may also find this program useful since it can send alerts and health reports via a network.

Most of the competitor's tools need to collect info from hard disks for a certain period of time before they are able to diagnose your drive health. HDDLife Pro introduces the revolutionary JustNow!

Technology that allows it to diagnose drives immediately after installing the program. HDDLife shows the health status in percentage terms, relative to the brand new drive's health status.

Another innovative approach from BinarySense is a tight integration with the Windows shell.

HDDLife Pro puts its disk health indicator on any disk icon in your system. Thus, you always see the health status of your disk(s) when browsing files in Windows Explorer or using Open/Save dialogs.

HDDLife Pro can also measure your drive's performance. The program will let you know if your hard disk starts to slow down your whole system.