|Op. System:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|File size:||83 KB|
Editor's review HD Speed
SteelButes has authored a solid little app to monitor, track, and report your hard drive (HD) speed. HDSpeed is the name and measuring HD speed is its fame. This is all HDSpeed is designed to do. You cannot use it to alter any system options to improve HD speed. You cannot use HDSpeed to alter any information in your system, on any file. You only get information about your HD speed in the form of a log, report, or graphic. Any drive you have and that your system recognizes can be measured. You get both average speed and the current actual speed measures. What HDSpeed does is generate a series of dummy files and move them to the drive(s you want to measure. You can specify file size to make the situation more in tune to size of files in your drives. It moves the files around, taking measures at different spots on the drive. In this way a true speed and average is given to you. You get a solid understanding of your drive performance. You can influence readings by doing other file and drive impact actions, like open, saves, move, and copy-paste.