Hard Drive Inspector for Notebooks 4.20 was available as a giveaway on December 3, 2013!
Imagine how you would feel if you suddenly lost all the data from your computer. Documents, e-mails, addresses, accounts. Passwords, photos, music, and video. Sounds like a nightmare, doesn’t it? But that’s exactly what will happen when your hard drive crashes. Hard drive is a computer part which stores all your information. It has constantly rotating mechanical parts and therefore suffers from wear and tear. Because of that it can break down any moment without prior notice leaving you with ashes, naked.
Sure, a hard drive is just a piece of metal and easy to replace. But can you as easily restore its unique contents reflecting years of your life and work? Prevention is better and much cheaper than cure. Use Hard Drive Inspector which continually monitors disks’ health and warns you in case of danger. This reduces your chances of shocking “surprise”. The Notebook edition has all the functionality of the Hard Drive Inspector Professional, but also has changes in algorithms to avoid unnecessary hard drive activation from sleeping mode, take into account higher average HDD working temperature, etc.
Don’t miss your chance to save $15 (50% discount) on Hard Drive Inspector!
Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003 Server/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1; About 10 MB of disk space
I had hard drive inspector professional from a previous giveawayoftheday earlier this year. Last week my hd in my primary laptop failed without any warning, just a couple of days before I checked and it said everything was ok!
Hard Drive Inspector continually monitors your hard drive’s health and warns you in case of danger. This reduces your chances to lose all you data due to hard drive crash. Download Hard Drive Inspector now, tomorrow may be too late for your hard drive.
Chronograph is a simple utility that synchronizes your computer’s internal clock to the atomic time. Standard internal clocks are usually very incorrect, and need frequent manual corrections. Chronograph automatically maintains correct time using atomic clock servers of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology.