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You must be running Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003 to use HDDScan.
There aren't many disadvantages to this hard drive testing program: Pros: HDDScan is really easy to use.
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Once the program files are extracted, just open the application to immediately launch the program and start running hard drive tests.
It's great that you don't need to install HDDScan to use it, but it's also nice to at least have the option to install software to your computer. Something else I like is that there are progress bars to indicate how far along a test is from completion.
Another thing I don't like is that HDDScan just shows the model and serial number as the drives from the selection, which makes it difficult to understand which one is the drive you want to run tests on.
On this note, there also aren't any descriptions of the tests so you know what the differences are, which would be nice to have included.
You can also use HDDScan to start or stop the spindle of various types of hard drives and identify information such as the serial number, firmware version, supported features, and model number.
HDDScan is completely portable, which means you need to extract the files to make it work instead of installing it to your computer.
After downloading the ZIP file, extract it using Windows' built-in extractor or some other free file extractor program like 7-Zip or Pea Zip.
You can see when the task started and you'll see when it ends, and double-clicking an active test shows the progress.
This can be particularly helpful with really thorough tests that are done on large hard drives.