Hard Drive Failure and Data loss due to exceeding Hard Drive temperature!
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HDData, the Hard Disk Drive Temperature  and SSD Life monitor, is a small program that can always be alert in the background of your Window Computer.
HDData measures the Hard Drive Temperature and all other kind of Hard Drive or SSD Life SMART parameters. If one of these parameters is exceeding a threshold or sensing an S.M.A.R.T. error, HDData will warn you, HDData will Act for you. You can control what actions HDData will execute for you when the Hard Drive Temperature reaches a Warning and/or an S.M.A.R.T. Alarm setting.
You have still time to save your work before the Hard Drive gets overheated and gets irretrievable broken down. You can act before losing everything!
HDData can print all the HDD and SSD S.M.A.R.T. and WMI data for later references.

Fast and powerful computers are demanding more and more from the Hard Drive. The Hard Drive is the bottleneck in the speed and performance competition.
Due to User demands and higher memory demanding Operating Systems the Hard Drive manufacturers had to increased the Storage Capacity of the Hard Drive up to and above 1 Terabytes without lagging more behind in access, read and write speeds.
Increase of Hard Drive speeds, more internal disks, larger and faster memory buffers build in a often smaller Hard Drive housing, hung up in rubber Vibration isolators, is resulting in a higher Hard Drive temperature. The smaller computer housings, Hard Drive intensive software and the compact Laptops results cumulative in a even higher Hard Drive Temperature.
The new SSD drives are fast but also on a SSD is your Data storage is limited to a Maximum of "Data Written" to the SSD!

Many computer parts have some kind of cooling system, except for the Hard Drive. The Hard Drive can only be cooled with a random airflow through the compact computer housings. This random airflow is barely enough. Your Hard Drive Temperature is getting undesirable high! and even more higher on a regular summer day.
It is even worse on older computers: The system cooling fans are clogged with dust, resulting in a lesser air flow through the housings, resulting in a Higher Hard Drive Temperature.
Within a Hard drive, the reliability of both the electronics and the mechanics (such as the spindle motor and actuator bearings) degrades as temperature rises. Running a Hard Drive at a High or a low temperature can lead to permanent data loss!
The worst enemy of your Hard Drive is Heat! Protect your Data through protecting your Hard Drive !
See how HDData, the Hard Disk Drive and SSD Life SMART and WMI Monitor can help you.
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