No HDD LED on your PC? Put it in the systray

Thanks to a brilliant designer at Dell, a new laptop I bought has the Hard drive LED behind the LCD panel, so it’s impossible for the user to see the disk activity. I tried a couple of software utilities to provide a replacement to this lack; the best I found is a freeware. DiskLED, by Sepago from Germany, is a brilliant – and portable – utility that puts a tiny light in Windows systray. It is very speedy, near to the real LED: 

Note: if you receive an error on opening, open the configuration and remap the three parameters (Object, Counter, Instance). It is based on Windows metrics, that differs with system language. They must to be set to: PhysicalDisk, _Total, %Disk time (or the correspondent in your language, of course).

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