HddLed Indicator 1.21 for Windows

by hddled.com

Avg. Rating 3.4 (17 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.5 MB
License Shareware, $9.99
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 896
Publisher hddled.com
Homepage HddLed Indicator

Publisher's Description

HddLed Indicator is a tool to see hard disk drive and SSD activity the same way as a hardware led. If you control your PC remotely or your laptop or ultrabook has no HDD LED at all, HddLed Indicator will help to monitor storage activity including removable flash drives.

Latest Reviews

davana

davana reviewed v1.86 on Apr 21, 2008

[email protected] $20! Are you actually charging that? Why?

http://optionalreaction.com/software/hdi

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v1.7 on Nov 15, 2006

Doesn't work with TrueCrypt partitions--at all.

Doesn't distinguish between read and write operations. If either a read or write is taking place, the indicator lights up. Sometimes, it's nice to know what is going on--that's the whole point to using such a utility.

Doesn't let you disable the pointless tray icon.

Doesn't provide any way to tell which LED is which--short of hovering the cursor over each one. You can't even opt to have the drive letter shown above each LED. Annoying, and for a such a simple shareware utility, incomprehensible.

Save $20 and get DriveGLEAM (or FloatLED, which is based on DriveGLEAM), which works better, provides more options, and is free. (But still doesn't support TrueCrypt partitions.)

Avg. Rating 3.4 (17 votes)
Your Rating
davana

davana reviewed v1.86 on Apr 21, 2008

[email protected] $20! Are you actually charging that? Why?

http://optionalreaction.com/software/hdi

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v1.7 on Nov 15, 2006

Doesn't work with TrueCrypt partitions--at all.

Doesn't distinguish between read and write operations. If either a read or write is taking place, the indicator lights up. Sometimes, it's nice to know what is going on--that's the whole point to using such a utility.

Doesn't let you disable the pointless tray icon.

Doesn't provide any way to tell which LED is which--short of hovering the cursor over each one. You can't even opt to have the drive letter shown above each LED. Annoying, and for a such a simple shareware utility, incomprehensible.

Save $20 and get DriveGLEAM (or FloatLED, which is based on DriveGLEAM), which works better, provides more options, and is free. (But still doesn't support TrueCrypt partitions.)

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