SSD drive on Windows 10
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SSD drives are more popular as they are noiseless and fast, making them the first choice when installing on your computers. They are costly than the classic hard drives, which makes it important to diagnose the health of your SSD drive on Windows 10.

There are many tools available that can help you diagnose the health of your SSD drive on Windows 10. These tools can easily be downloaded via the internet for you to use on your local computers.

Many of these diagnostic tools help you monitor the condition of your SSD, as it offers you reports related to the actual deterioration of your disk via these third-party tools

At times these third-party applications are not able to read some critical information which at times the SSD manufacturers may have locked. You don’t need to worry much about this as most of the SSD manufacturers now offer their own diagnostic tools that can help you monitor your SSD drive on Windows 10 computer.

These applications are free of cost and can be downloaded from the respective manufacturers some of which we have listed below:Kingston SSD Manager

The above-mentioned applications will be able to identify any deterioration and provide a detailed report about the health of the SSD drive on Windows 10. These applications are more reliable than using a third-party diagnostic tool for your SSD drive.

Also, like to mention each application is unique to its brand ie a Kingston SSD Manager will not help you much if you have a Samsung SSD. You may be able to perform a few tests but it will not provide you 100% accurate reports.

If your SSD is within the warranty period, avoid using third-party tools to diagnose the disk as it may void your warranty. Last but not least keep your data properly backed up, in case you damage the SSD you can restore data to another SSD drive. It is good to regularly check the health of your SSD drive on Windows 10.