SSDlife v.0.4 beta

Version: 0.4 betaSize: 20.43 MBytesAdded: License: Shareware
Type: Windows 2000/XP/2003/XP 64-bit/2003 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/2008/2008 64-bit/7/7 64-bit/2008 R2

SSDlife v.0.4 beta is a solid state drives (SSD) health diagnostic tool.

Latest Changes:

  • SSD support on the SandForce controller is added (OCZ Vertex2, Patriot Inferno, Corsair Force).
  • Checking and indicating if the TRIM command is supported by the drive and switched on/off on the system.
  • Now working time is not only shown in hours (... hours) but also interpreted in the more detailed format (... months ... days ... hours).
  • Multilingual interface (software installation in English, German or Russian; software interface in English only, more languages are planned).
  • Some mistypes are corrected.
  • Some bugs with end of lifetime date calculaction fixed.
  • Added hints for buttons.
  • Convenient installer/uninstaller is added to make these procedure more familiar.
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