Saturday, 29 November 2014 06:36
SSDs are pretty amazing when it comes to performance improvements, but in my opinion, reliability is not quite as good as the old mechanical hard drive. Software tools were pretty lean in the early years as well and it was difficult to find good software to diagnose and clean up your SSD. If you are looking for the best of the best, TweakTown has a roundup of their best choices and has all the details at the link below.
In our consumer SSD product reviews, we usually mention if a product has a software package and gloss over the features without a lot of detail. In reality though, the SSD Toolbox / Dashboard / Magician software is very detailed, with multiple functions, features and packed with useful information. Today we're taking a deep dive into the major software releases from SSD manufacturers. We're going to roll through them in alphabetical order and see what each company has to offer.