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 HDD Thermometer  License: Freeware

 
  HDD Thermometer is a hard disk temperature monitoring tool. It has all the features needed to prevent overheating and possible data loss. HDD Thermometer use S.M.A.R.T. technology to get access to the hard disk temperature. Most of modern hard disks provide self temperature value through S.M.A.R.T. So if at least one of your hard disks supports this feature than this program will be useful for you. When designing HDD Thermometer, we aimed to create fast, small, and feature-rich software. We considered that we succeeded in this. The most part of its life program eats about 400 KB of memory, CPU usage is minimal too. HDD Thermometer features: * Monitor hard disks temperature changes; * Ability to perform any of following actions when exceed Warning or Critical temperature: a) Show Notification b) Play Sound c) Execute Application d) Shutdown / Hibernate * Show hard disks temperature indicators in SysTray; * Log temperature changes; * Ability to set individual settings for each hard disk. * Multi-language user interface. (Currently available 20 languages).

Author:
RSD Software| Date: 18-11-2004 | Size: 253 KB
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 HDD Temperature  License: Freeware

 
  There are many reasons why hard-drives get damaged, and overheating is probably the most common one. If you remember your physics lessons well, you know that spinning something at several thousand revolutions per minute causes heat, plenty of heat. That is why servers and computers have coolers, fans and other gadgets that prevent overheating. But as fans get plugged, coolers stop working, or too many hard-drives get added - the risk of "frying" your HDDs and losing data increases drastically. So how do you monitor your HDD temperature to make sure you data is always save? Simply download HDD Temperature from PalickSoft. This utility comes in two versions - regular and pro. The regular version is intended for home users who have only single hard-drive and is totally free. Using S.M.A.R.T. technology included in all modern HDDs, HDD Temperature checks and monitors the temperature of your hard drives; you can also set the maximum value of drive temperature so that you will be warned should this temperature be exceeded. S.M.A.R.T. stands for "Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology" and is currently the most advanced technology in this field; this technology was developed by HDD manufacturers and is supported by IBM, Maxtor, Seagate, Hitachi and many others. HDD Temperature Pro is created specially for small and large companies that have many computers and need to monitor multiple hard-drives. This "beefed up" version has several features that the regular version does not. For example, it can monitor several HDDs simultaneously and can send warning messages to a specified e-mail address or certain computer in the network. Importantly, it can automatically force overheated system to hibernate, protecting both HDD and unsaved data. You also can run this application as network service, making this tool is ideal for corporate networks. Get your copy now and stop sweating about your hard-drive temperature.

Author:
PalickSoft| Date: 09-09-2004 | Size: 1929 KB
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 HDD Temperature  License: Freeware

 
  There are many reasons why hard-drives get damaged, and overheating is probably the most common one. If you remember your physics lessons well, you know that spinning something at several thousand revolutions per minute causes heat, plenty of heat. That is why servers and computers have coolers, fans and other gadgets that prevent overheating. But as fans get plugged, coolers stop working, or too many hard-drives get added - the risk of "frying" your HDDs and losing data increases drastically. So how do you monitor your HDD temperature to make sure you data is always save? Simply download HDD Temperature from PalickSoft. This utility comes in two versions - regular and pro. The regular version is intended for home users who have only single hard-drive and is totally free. Using S.M.A.R.T. technology included in all modern HDDs, HDD Temperature checks and monitors the temperature of your hard drives; you can also set the maximum value of drive temperature so that you will be warned should this temperature be exceeded. S.M.A.R.T. stands for "Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology" and is currently the most advanced technology in this field; this technology was developed by HDD manufacturers and is supported by IBM, Maxtor, Seagate, Hitachi and many others. HDD Temperature Pro is created specially for small and large companies that have many computers and need to monitor multiple hard-drives. This "beefed up" version has several features that the regular version does not. For example, it can monitor several HDDs simultaneously and can send warning messages to a specified e-mail address or certain computer in the network. Importantly, it can automatically force overheated system to hibernate, protecting both HDD and unsaved data. You also can run this application as network service, making this tool is ideal for corporate networks. Get your copy now and stop sweating about your hard-drive temperature.

Author:
PalickSoft| Date: 09-05-2004 | Size: 1016 KB
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