Control hard disk temperature in real-time. HDD Temperature helps you prevent hard drive failures and associated data loss by giving an early warning about the disks overheating or being too cold. In case of a critical overheat, HDD Temperature can shut down the PC, while moderate overheating is dealt with email alerts. Get extended information about the disk, and see basic disk health statistics for all types of hard drives - IDE, SATA, SCSI, and USB disks.
HDD Temperature incorporates the results of researches in hard drive reliability, adding lower temperature thresholds to warn about disks being too cool as well as too hot. Statistically, newer hard drives are more sensitive to working temperatures being too low while older disks are more susceptible to higher working temperatures. HDD Temperature now protects against both temperature extremes.
Keep information safe and prevent data loss by controlling your disks' temperature and health status. HDD Temperature gathers and reports general health information of your hard disk, reporting possible issues well ahead of time. In case of a severely used disk with higher chances of failure, HDD Temperature advises about a replacement.
HDD Temperature is designed to keep overheating under control no matter whether or not a user is logged in to the system. Running as a system service, HDD Temperature can alert you or a network administrator by email or even go as far as shutting down the PC if more than a moderate overheating occurs.
System administrators can set up HDD Temperature with no user-accessible interface in service-only mode. Service operation ensures that HDD Temperature works without triggering any Vista's UAC prompts, does not require administrative privileges or a logged-in user.
HDD Temperature also reports all kinds of information about the disks, including the disk OEM and manufacture date, its exact model number and the number of hours the disk has has been used.
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