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SSDlife Pro is a hardware maintenance utility dedicated to diagnose and monitor the health of your solid state drives (SSDs), as a way to ensure that they are functioning properly and prevent data loss due to storage device failure.
The application analyzes all the detected SSD drives, displaying all the gathered information within a forthright interface. Its compatibility range extends from the latest SSDs to older models from various manufacturers.
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|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008|
The GUI comprises technical details concerning the SSD manufacturer, model and firmware version and tells you whether the drive supports TRIM or not. In addition to this, it displays data on the available and the total storage space, along with the total work time (the amount of time from the first boot) and the number of times it was powered on. What's more, it can read the throughput data amount, both read and written for the latest 7 days.
SSDlife Pro Serial uses a special calculation method to estimate the lifetime of the hardware component, based on how actively the SSD was used so far, which is rather important for second-hand buyers.
Unlike SSDlife Free, the Pro edition reads the S.M.A.R.T. attributes for all the connected SSD drives and displays them within a separate window. The structured table includes parameters such as the read error rate, the power cycle count, the erase fail count, the temperature, the number of program fails and so on. Alongside the value assigned to your SSD, the program also displays the worst, the raw and the reference values. You can easily take a snapshot of the table or generate an online report using the dedicated buttons.
Hardware failure can result in data corruption or loss, but SSDlife Pro is a tool that can be used for avoiding such unpleasant situations. It helps you check the status of each drive and make sure that your folders and files are safe exactly where they are.