Drive Scope v1.2.9

Drive Scope v1.2.9

Drive Scope

Drive Scope

Version: 1.2.9

Updated: 01/09/2020

Publisher: Micromat

Languages: English

Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later

Category: Utilities

File size: 21 MB

Developer Website

Hard drives (and solid state drives) are the most failure prone components in your Mac. For that very reason, in fact, drive manufacturers have built in self monitoring, analysis and reporting technology right into the drive. (a.k.a. SMART) Most utilities barely scratch the surface of this information, simply reporting the bare essentials: pass or fail. Too often, once the overall failure has occurred, there isn't enough time to get important data from the drive. With Drive Scope you can see into the health of most any drive† connected to your Mac.

The solid state drives (SSDs) that Apple uses in its newest Macs* use a new connection type called NVMe. Until now, no utility was available that could read the SMART attributes from these drives - including Apple's Disk Utility. Beginning with version 1.1.1, Drive Scope can read the data on these drives, providing access to your drive's health data.

Building on the improvements to the SMART check in Techtool Pro, Drive Scope not only provides early warning when a drive is on the path to failure, but provides a deep dive into the health of the drive. See what errors have occurred, and when, along with whether the errors are temporary or an indicator of overall failure. You can even trigger the drive's internal testing to run manually, providing instant access to up-to-date drive health information.

Google Drive

• Updated volume list to not display macOS ‘PreBoot’ volumes.
• Updated SMART attribute 188 value to be ignored by default.
• Updated Sparkle update framework to version 1.23.0.
• Added additional drive manufacturer company logos.
• Other minor fixes and enhancements.

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