SMART data from your hard drives or SSD’s are often valuable to determine the health of the drive and other information such as how many hours it worked. There are several programs on windows to do this and I have covered about one 2 years ago here http://www.ruchirablog.com/how-to-view-usage-time-of-your-computer/ . There are few SMART data monitoring tools available for Linux such as smartctl but those are command line tools.
GSmartControl is a nice GUI application to view these data and installing it is really easy just run
sudo apt-get install gsmartcontrol
Then you can launch the app from dash and using the app is really easy
You can run the SMART tests and view the standard SMART data from the application.
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