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SoftLeds is designed to replace the old “System Drives” tool. It is designed to display the activity of your drives as well as the activity of drives on remote machines on your network.
It can also monitor the local hard drive for file, folder, and process activity. SoftLeds uses the same drive icons as the “System Drives” tool.
It is a user friendly software that can be downloaded and installed in less than 10 seconds.
Note: If you would like to know more about the current version of SoftLeds you can read about it here.
In the following video tutorial I will show you how to monitor a disk (in this case I am going to monitor a remote computer) as well as show you how to run a test to check your network connection:
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SoftLeds is available for download at:
To view the manual for SoftLeds follow the link here.
1. Install SoftLeds from the link below:
2. Once installed navigate to SoftLeds in your computer (Start)
3. Click “Launch” then double click the SoftLeds icon on your computer’s desktop.
4. Click on the “Scan and Monitor” tab
5. Click on “Scan local drives” then press “Start”
6. When it has finished scanning your computer’s local hard drive it will display “There are no local drives to monitor.”
7. Click on the “Scan remote drives” tab
8. Click on “Launch Remote Scan”
9. Enter the information requested in the scan results. In this example I am going to start a scan of “firstname.lastname@example.org”
10. Choose the scan type that is appropriate for your remote machine
11. Click “Scan”
12. When it has finished scanning it will display “A system scan is running.”
13. Click on the “Monitoring” tab
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￭ This is a utility program designed to assist you with monitoring the activity of your drives. You can monitor any number of drives and there is no limit to the number of drives you can monitor. You can also monitor multiple machines on your network.
￭ Each drive is monitored in a separate windows, each of them displayed on your taskbar tray.
￭ Each windows have a live gauge with the information about the current read/write activity.
￭ When you have some free time, you can remove the windows by pressing the cross button on the tray.
￭ Each drive can be toggled off (not active) and then on (active) by pressing the button on the tray. The toggle is visible on all the windows, so you can immediately know if the drive is active or not.
￭ Each disk can be toggled on/off on each of the monitoring windows.
￭ Each disk can be also be toggled to “on” or “off” by clicking on the disk in the tray.
￭ Each disk can be also be “hide” in order to not disturb the taskbar tray and icons. This option is visible on each monitoring window.
￭ The disk windows are not to be confused with the process monitoring windows. Process monitoring is done with the Process Monitor program.
￭ The program is designed to be compatible with all versions of windows operating systems.
￭ The disk icon on the tray is not visible in all virtual machines.
￭ There are four tray options, which can be toggled by pressing the appropriate mouse button and scroll wheel in the tray:
￭ “Hide drives” to hide all the icons of all drives,
￭ “All drives” to show all the icons of all drives,
￭ “Hide drives not monitored” to hide the icons of all the drives that are not monitored,
￭ “All drives not monitored” to show all the icons of all the drives that are not monitored.
￭ Each tray option has a color indicator.
￭ For each disk, the disk number is indicated in the window itself.
￭ The led of the disk “on” or “off” state is indicated too.
￭ If you are experiencing some kind of errors, the program tries to warn you with an nag screen.
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Software to monitor drives.
– Can display up to 32 drives per computer (SATA only).
– Comes with a small tray icon that can be resized.
– Icons and tray color can be changed.
– Can also monitor remote drives, both local and network.
– Can monitor up to 4 disks on remote machines.
– Displays the activity of disks in real time.
– You must have ‘administrator’ rights to install and run the software.
– Small tray icon may not be visible.
– No network drive support.
Pretty neat, but I’d love to see this run as a process instead of in tray area. With a startup program (or perhaps an installer program), you could start it and it would run fullscreen, and be hidden in the tray area (or somewhere that’s not covered by the taskbar). This way, you wouldn’t have to worry about any eventual mouse interaction (hopefully that’ll happen eventually).
Towards that end, this would be nice as a windows service, and it would “just work”, like autorun.inf and powershell scripts.
Of course, the mouse interaction wouldn’t be a problem for a service.
Alternatively, if it’s a tray program that runs without going into the tray, there’s no need for a mouse, and you could still hide it in the tray area. This is possible, because a tray program doesn’t need to have a window.
Of course, you could always add a tray icon manually, but that requires work. And, like with a program installed as a startup, it doesn’t seem like the proper solution, because the icon would be a hassle to add, and there’d be no keyboard shortcut for it (so you’d have to remember to add it manually).
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