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Is there a way to determine how many bytes were read or written in Windows (by all programs, including Windows itself) in, say an hour or 24 hours? For example, I need to know the bytes written (sequential and random writes) and bytes read(sequential and random reads).

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This little program keeps track of that, once installed and running it keeps those stats on the summary page of the program.

free, but you will get small nag message if you don't buy, but it will continue to work, buy it if you like it.

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HDDled.exe version 1.104 is not a valid Win32 application according to Windows Home Server SP2. – Pro Backup Nov 21 '15 at 17:04
Try the support page – Moab Nov 21 '15 at 21:54

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