Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert is a system utility designed to help you monitor your computer’s hard drive and notifies you in case it detects a possible crash or malfunction.
The application is fitted with SMART Predict Failure which is implemented in order to monitor the activity of the disc drive. Making use of this technology, it allows it to identify an upcoming error and is capable of alerting you of it. After you start it, Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert runs silently in the background and displays pop-up messages that bring certain errors to your attention.
Moreover, Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert can even recommend that you create a backup of your hard drive. It’s a very good feature to have since there is a chance that your hard drive can suddenly crash with no apparent reason. You don’t have direct access to this option somewhere in the application's settings but it is brought to your attention when Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert considers that it is necessary.
When creating a backup, Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert allows you to choose the partition you want to protect, as well as the destination for the files. It’s all a very simple and straightforward way of backing up your important documents, photos, movies, and even your entire system. The time it takes for the backup process to finish depends on the total size of the files you are copying and that can take from a few minutes to a few hours.
In closing, Toshiba HDD/SSD Alert is a nice little tool that you can have on your computer when you need a lookout for a hard drive.


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