View the system counters of each disk drive in your system displayed in a comprehensive table that you can easily export as a text file.

  • DiskCountersView
  • Version:1.25
  • License :Freeware
  • OS:Windows All
  • Publisher:Nir Sofer

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DiskCountersView Description

DiskCountersView is a lightweight utility that can instantly read and display the system counters for each of the partitions on your computer. The program can perform real-time parameter reading and displays the result, in a comprehensive table, as soon as the values change.

Quickly view system parameters

DiskCountersView can display a series of disk counters in its interface. The program can instantly detect all the volumes on your computer, including removable drives, such as USB devices. It can display the read/write count, bytes, time and speed when such processes are active.

Moreover, you can view the number of partitions on each disk, the start and length of the partitions, hidden sectors and whether the disk is bootable. The program can also detect the number of cylinders, tracks per cylinders, sectors per track, and bytes per sector. A separate Properties window can be prompted so that you may view the main information regarding the selected disk.

View reports and save them to the computer

DiskCountersView allows you to export the data available at the current moment, as a whole or only for the selected entry. You can save the data for one disk to a text/CSV/HTML/XML file or send it to the clipboard. Alternatively, you can open a report in an HTML page, containing all the entries or only the selected ones.

You can mark the odd/even rows, for a more convenient view, especially in cases when you manage numerous disks. Moreover, you can choose to add header lines to CSV/tab-delimited files and change the speed measurement unit.

Monitor your disk performance

Thanks to its ability to read the disk counters in real-time, DiskCountersView allows you to view the current parameters of each volume. By default the program can automatically detect and display all the available disks, but depending on the operating system you run it on, it may not read data from USB drives.

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