- 2 Post By japp
22nd October 2011, 09:18 #1
SSD Life: Check the health of your Solid State Drive
Itís a shame when a drive failure results in all your personal data being lost. SSDLife allows you to control how worn your SSDs are in an easy and convenient way, which means you can control how safely and securely your data is stored on them."
There are 2 versions: One FREE and one Pro.
The free version does not allow you to run disk checks (scheduled) in the background mode, display detailed information about SMART attributes and tweak the system for use with SSD drives.
Home page: SSD life - tool for solid state drives health and endurance monitoring
22nd October 2011, 13:21 #2
I checked my 3 year old SSD a while ago and got this:
22nd October 2011, 13:52 #3
10 more years is a lot of time whs!
22nd October 2011, 14:36 #4
Nice share, thanks , If my SSD actually lasts another 9 years I'll be delighted.
22nd October 2011, 17:42 #5
Yeah, these disks seem to last forever. My guess would be that most people will not keep them more than 4 or 5 years anyhow. By then, new technology will be so much better.
23rd October 2011, 07:48 #6
Glad this one was helpful, guys