Thank you for using SSD Health Check.
SSD Health Check is really easy to use. Just follow the steps below to get a brief overview.
Once SSD Health Check is started, a stethoscope will apear in the upper right corner.
Click on this stethoscope and you will see the most important numbers for each drive:
On this computer a single SSD is installed, two entries are shown for this SSD:
- Actual temperature
- Life expectancy
If you click the gear in the upper right of this menu you will have the options as shown in the screenshot below:
The available options are: 1) About SSD Health Check, 2) Preferences, 3) Quit SDD Health Check
“About SSD Health Check” brings up the following screen with some general information about the App:
In “Preferences” you can change some basic settings like temperature unit (°C/°F) and the update rate for S.M.A.R.T.
“Quit SSD Healtth Check” quits SSD Health Check.
Click on the info sign to see a list with all available raw data.
A green lamp means that there is nothing to worry, no lamp means that it is nothing you should care about. Any other color means that you should keep watching.
If any lamp shows another color than green (orange, red) this should also be reflected in either a lowered life expectany or an increased temperature.
Since the SSD used for the screenshots is new, everything looks okay as it should.
To purchase SDD Health Check, use the link below: