5 Tips for Reviving Your Drives
How you can keep your drives healthy and always ready for action
The thing about your hard drive is, it works hard but it’s not always forthcoming when it has problems. In fact, your hard drive may start acting up without any warning–and depending on how much you’ve worked it–it might just go kaput on you. Same goes for SSDs (Solid State Drives). With regular maintenance, you can prevent drive degradation and PC performance gridlock with the tools in System Mechanic and keep your drives alive and kicking for the long haul.
- The Drive Doctor Is In: Prevent corruption and prevent potential crashes.
- Streamline Your Files: Remedy performance gridlock due to fragmented files.
- Order in the Court: Write files more efficiently to speed up your PC’s response.
- Solid-State-Of-The-Art: Keep your SSDs lasting longer and at maximum potential.
- Look Inside Your Drive: Get a report on your hard drive’s health and operating status.
The Drive Doctor Is In: Hard drives can accumulate data corruption through daily wear and tear, potentially leading to data loss or even system failure. Use System Mechanic’s Drive Medic to find corruption and prevent potential crashes.
Streamline Your Files: Through everyday use your files get broken up and stored in pieces all over the drive. Remedy this performance gridlock in a few steps using System Mechanic’s automatic defragmenter.
Bonus Tip: You can easily turn on automatic defragmentation. Go to Automated Tasks under ActiveCare, then enable Automatically optimize system drive.
Order in the Court: Almost everything you do on your PC causes data to be written to the hard drive, and this data scatters into fragments that downgrade performance. Prevent this fragmentation and performance slump with System Mechanic’s AcceleWrite.
Solid-State-Of-The-Art: Solid state drives (SSDs) don’t suffer from fragmentation like mechanical hard drives but they still degrade with everyday use. SSD Accelerator’s unique technology helps your SSD stay at maximum potential.
Look Inside Your Drive: Get an instant report on your hard drive’s health and operating status with System Mechanic’s DriveSense tool.
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