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Information in the window

This is what the main program window looks like:
HDDlife main window elements

Let'stake each element in the interface separately.

1. The button for closing the main window.
Closes the main window. Bear in mind that HDDlife is not closed in this case. It continues its work in the background. Use the program icon in the system tray to access its functions or to re-open the main window . You can find more information about the program icons in this section.

2. Program main menu.
Use this to execute different HDDlife commands, for example, to open the settings, etc. More information about this element is available in this section.

3. Tabs with hard drives.
Each tab represents one hard drive on your computer.

A small digression.
You may be surprised why HDDlife shows one hard drive while there are three disks in “My computer”, for example, C:, D:, E:.
The problem is that Windows allows you to create several partitions on one hard drive so, for example, you can use disk D: for games, and disk E: for personal information. At the same time, all three partitions are located on one hard drive and the health reported is that which HDDlife estimates for all three partitions together.

And now back to the description of tabs. Each tab represents one hard drive on your computer. You can see the icon with the status of each disk next to its number. The main window described above allows you to see that one of the disks is in the urgent state, while the other must be immediately replaced as its health and life level is critical (this is evident even without opening the tabs of disk 1 and disk 2).

4. Information about free space on logical disks.
This table contains all logical disks on the computer with their letters, volume labels, file systems and information about total sizes and free (available) space.

Due to its size, the description of interface elements on tabs is given in a separate section.

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