The Volume Rebuild tool allows you to see what changes will be made before you replace a directory. The new version, which retains the same look and user interface that Micromat revealed in version 5, sports three main sections; Tests, Tools, and Reports. The Tests section includes an overall computer scan, volume structure, file structure, and video memory utilities. The Tools section provides access to more specific utilities such as volume rebuilding, disk optimization, audio and video utilities, and eDrive emergency partition creation. The Reports section allows you to see log files for past tests and group the results by category, such as All Jobs, Failed Jobs, etc. Where the guts of TechTool Pro 7 are concerned, the software holds up as admirably as it ever did. Open the application, select a hard drive or partition you want to take a look at, specify the test you want to run and the software sets to work, the gauge-driven user interface providing you with a decent estimation as to the progress made so far.
Quickly switch between either built-in suites or suites that you make yourself. Want to start a group of tests, but don't have time for the Full Suite, choose either the Intermediate or Quick Suites, or build your own exactly the way you want it.
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