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As a matter of fact, most computer users only use about 20% files in 80% time, that means most of the content on your hard disk keeps in a dormant state in most of the time. By placing the rarely used files/folders onto the slower tracks on your drive (i.e.: near the center of the circle) and moving the frequently used ones to the areas that can be quickly accessed (external rim), we are able to realize the real optimization to disk performance.
Bad sector (bad track) is one of the most common failures of mechanical hard disk (HDD), which usually characterizes hard disk reads/writes slow, system prompts “… I/O error”, program gives “cyclic redundancy check (CRC) error”, etc. In these cases, we need use some specially designed tools to correctly detect whether our hard disk has had bad sectors or not, and nip in the bud.
As far as I can see, HD Tune Pro has been the best and most popular universal hard disk testing and diagnostic toolkit all the time. It can show you all the performance parameters of any kind of storage media, including Firmware version, Capacity, Serial number, Buffer size, SATA standard, supported UDMA mode and the supported features like read-write speed, burst rate, …
It is necessary to do defragmentation to hard drive at fixed period, in order to maintain its read/write speed. Windows has built in an “Optimize Drives” already at an earlier time, but its defragment speed and effect are really difficult to satisfy users. So many more powerful third-party disk defragmenters get their markets.
The data stored in hard drive is almost always important (also vital for few guys), so it’s necessary to regularly check their health status. CrystalDiskInfo is an open-source, free hard disk detection tool from Japan. It can provide comprehensive health info of HDD/SSD through reading its S.M.A.R.T. data (which can be used to monitor and analyze the health condition of hard drive in real time).
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CrystalDiskMark is a handy and practical utility designed to test the performance (random & continuous read/write speed) of your hard drive (HDD/SSD) or other storage devices. In order to identify the performance and quality of them, which is especially suitable for the hard disk newly purchased or used for a long time.