Hard drives are delicate pieces of technology that should be taken care of – just like we usually try to keep our CD safe from dust and scratches.
Check Drive is a disk analyzing tool that scans your hard drive for any errors and tries to fix them. It also works as a disk diagnosis tool, as it shows you the current status of your drive with details such as the amount of garbage you've managed to store so far and whether it needs fragmentation. The program is extremely easy to use: simply select your hard drive letter and let it start scanning. The process doesn't take too long and shows the results on screen right after it finishes. While Check Drive may be a handy tool in case you're constantly getting error messages relating to disk issues, I'm still not sure about its efficiency, mainly because it doesn’t tell you exactly what kind of errors it has found.
You need to unlock the program for free before using it for the first time.
Scans hard drive and fixes errors
Analyzes drive for garbage files
Shows defragmentation status
It doesn't provide details about the errors it finds
CheckDrive offers you an easy way to check your hard drives for errors. CheckDrive may detect and fix hard drive errors that might appear on system crashes or when switching off your PC without a proper Windows shutdown.
If you ever had a system crash then CheckDrive is for you. CheckDrive is completely free! Download it today to check your system for hard drive errors.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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