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Check Health of Your SSD Drive With SSDLife Free

Compared to the good old mechanical hard disks (HDD), solid-state drives (SSD) are very fast in speed, requires very smaller energy and needn’t periodic maintenance like defragment, etc. so computer manufacturers are now switched to SSD. However, actually SSD drives have a fixed lifespan, after which they just stop working. Most people don’t know about it. Therefore, to keep your data safe, it is essential for you to keep an eye on the health of the SSD drive.


There are several ways to check the health of a SSD drive. One simple, but reliable solution is using a free utility SSDLife, which can show you the health related information about the SSD drive. If anything found abnormal you can back up your data before your SSD drive fails.


SSDLife Free version has the following features:

  •  Supports health monitoring for IDE, SATA and SCSI interfaces.
  •  Display the drive's health, temperature, resources and free space.
  •  Display hard disk activities in the system tray. 
  •  Shows health status immediately after first run.

 SSDLife supports practically all SSDs that are in use – from the latest Intel models to the time-proven first Vertex models. Interested users can download it free at developer’s website.


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