Just posted to Mac Performance Guide are 64-bit versions of DiskTester™, MemoryTester™ and IntegrityChecker™. MemoryTester was formerly named diglloydTools (dlt), but the name diglloydTools now refers to the suite of all three programs.
When upgrading a new or existing Mac with “parts” (memory and drives), DiskTester and MemoryTester help ensure that the system is robust and performing as it should.
The newest addition to these performance and testing tools is IntegrityChecker, which should be of particular interest to anyone archiving or backing-up their files. IntegrityChecker remains a beta pending user feedback on features and output format.
Fix a slow SSD
DiskTester sports a new recondition command for reconditioning a solid state drive (SSD). While there are toolkits being released to recondition a solid state drive on Windows systems, this isn’t happening on Mac (yet), so DiskTester’s recondition command is your best bet for now, even perking up your boot drive while booted off it!