CristalDiskInfo is the best solution to monitor HDD and SSD health.
Anyway I'd l like to give some suggestions required to work with NVME SSD and Windows 10. The NVME drives are usual to reach very high temperature and with limit of 45° C is very hard to tollerate thousand of Windows Alerts from Windows 10 alert feature that is reporting temperature higher than 50° with very high frequency . A NVME drive can reach easily 85-90°C without it represents a problem. We need an option to disable Windows alerts or a dialog to set the temperature limit for each drive.
Also I d like to see differnt colors in the tray when a drive is reaching an high temperature or there are reallocated sectors.
Last question, why the serial number and all text fields in main dialog cant be copied in the clipboard only selecting the text strings? (Of course I know we can copy all raw values but often we need only to copy the serial numbers, model and firmware version). Anyway thank you for this tyny and precious software.