Editors' reviewYou can view graphic and numeric displays of your hard-disk temperature, but this program's controls aren't always effective. HDD Temperature Monitor sits in the system tray and is simple to use. You can elect to receive warnings and alarms at certain temperatures. The default is 60 degrees for a warning and 70 degrees for an alarm. However, in our tests the temperature monitor wouldn't stay on top even when that setting was chosen. It's also a bit hard to see, even at minimum transparency, though changing the colors of the monitor helps. This application claims to run on both Windows 2000 and XP, but in testing it only worked on the latter. Despite some flaws in this programs settings, it's easy enough for anyone to use to monitor hard-disk temperature.
HDD Temperature Monitor watches temperature of your hard disk and at dangerous limits informs on danger. Deduces the information on a desktop, is opportunity to look the diagram of change of temperature directly on a desktop.