FloatLED Publisher's description
Your regular drive LED on the hardware PC only have 1 LED, meaning you'd never know if there was activity on another partition or physical drive.
What is the use of it?
1: Your regular drive LED on the hardware PC only have 1 LED, meaning you'd never know if there was activity on another partition or physical drive.
2: If your laptop or desktop PC has a defective LED, you are hereby saved by this program.
3: I don't really want to break my neck trying to see activity of the HD located down and right below underneath the table in the dark! We _look_ at the screen, so, naturally HD LEDs should be located there too. Microsoft don't steal my idea for intuition improvements!
4: It's just so cool to have full control of what the OS is doing to our HD's isn't it?.
- Physical SATA and IDE HD drives
- Physical USB removable SATA / IDE HD drives
Does NOT monitor:
- CD-ROM / DVD-ROM drives
- Removable USB Memory Sticks, SD memory cards and similar flash based disks.
- Network Drives
- Floppy Drives
- SUBST'd "?:" drive letters. The "?:" would not be monitored, but rather the disk is was SUBST'd to.
- Possibly other non-standard Windows HD setups like 3rd party encrypted / compressed volume conf.
Should work as intended in WindowsXP Home/Pro, Win2000, Win2003* and Windows Vista.
(*need to execute "diskperf -y" in OS)
It won't even try to start on older Window OS's as FloatLED checks the Window version upon startup.
What's New in This Release:В· Added Save Window Position to menu.
В· Added Minimize to tray to menu by request of tester.
В· DoubleClick to pop floatwindow up again. Trayicon will be removed and timers reinitalized.
В· Fixed wrong internal program path string. Program path would return "C:Documents And Settings" instead of actual program path. Only occured when FloatLED was run automatically with Windows startup.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall