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Drive Genius Reviews

07 October 2020

Powerful system utility.

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rodhagen
27 February 2020
Version: 5.3.1

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It was initially good. Well nigh useless for me now, I'm afraid. As is DataRescue, etc. If they ever learn to do timely updates they may see me back, but I increasingly doubt it. Hey, not much point really on a Mac anyway!
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Mr_Mark
07 October 2020
Version: 6.1.3
Without full APFS Support there is No need for Version 6.
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Derekcurrie
20 July 2020
Version: 6.1.2
According to ProSoft Engineering, as of today: APFS support in v6 remains the same as v5. It can clone APFS volumes. Otherwise, all it can do is provide the same repair as Apple's Disk Utility. - - I should point out that I have yet to have any problems show up with my APFS formatted SSD. But for those concerned, the *only* utility that is capable of testing and repairing APFS volume structures is TechTool Pro as of v11.
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jigshaun
30 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
I only really use this software when I buy a new Hard Drive. It's handy to confirm the drive doesn't have any problems. There is no way I'm going to pay $80 EVERY YEAR for just this simple task. Especially if it turns out DG isn't compatible with Catalina anyway. I don't care if that's the fault of Apple or DG. If it doesn't work, who cares who's to blame?
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jigshaun
30 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
With my whole family I have a Pro, an iMac and two MacBook Pros. I'm supposed to pay for FOUR licenses? EVERY YEAR? Also I agree with Harvey-Kabaker. Since I upgraded to Catalina, on the iMac, it crashes daily, and when it does it always reboots THREE TIMES before it's stable. I was going to upgrade DG hoping it was just a compatibility problem with my old software. I'm glad I read all these reviews first. I've NEVER seen software this universally hated. You would think the developers would at least try to fix the problem. Now I just want to find a De-Installer so I can buy other software instead.
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edgould1948
11 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
The upgrade paths are too expensive for my pocketbook maybe someone with deep pockets will pay.
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abersabeel111
07 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
Bought this very expensive Drive Genius app for a a couple of years ago, and only used it very few times since then. Now I need to use it, I get to know that I have to pay yet another hefty amount to upgrade and use in Catalina OS Definitely do not recommend it. Its a waste of money
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ShotBlocker
06 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
I used to own and use "Drive Genius," but I can't say I ever liked it and I didn't like the pretensions of having "Genius" in the name. Even the interface seemed overly slick with all those moving parts. TechTool Pro always seemed to me to be better. I can't see why anyone would use "Drive Pulse" (or TechTool's equivalent real-time drive monitor). Totally superfluous. And why did DG feel the need to tack on a "me too" malware scan? There are tons of those out there already. I suppose it has a real-time component, but no Mac user should need that anyway. Beyond that, DG is just a collection of so-so utilities. Can it be true that it only works with hard drives? Seriously? Finally, I'm hoping someone with the appropriate technical background can answer this question: Do you really want to be "secure erasing" files or free space on solid state drives? If secure erasing SSD means overwriting it with random patterns over and over, as is typically done with hard drives, doesn't that just increase wear on the SSD and shorten its useful lifetime? Thanks for any replies. -SB
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Geography Is Destiny
06 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
USELESS WITH AN SSD AND WITH APFS. This used to be a decent utility (not great, only decent), though DiskWarrior was MUCH better and TechTool Pro was fairly good. However, ALL disk utilities are now useless because the cannot do a volume rebuild on an SSD (volume rebuild was the one operation that could really fix a screwed up drive), so THEY ONLY WORK ON HDDs. Also, I’m not aware of any disk utilities that work fully with drives formatted with Apple File System (APFS), and most do not yet work on Catalina. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY ON THIS DOG.
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Nitroxer
05 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
The Drive Pulse monitoring task used to be optional in V5 and previous releases. With V6, it always runs with no means to quit or prevent loading. The app does not follow standard conventions such as System Preferences or User login selection. Note: Launch Control and similar can fix this, but not for casual users. V6 User Interface is confusing and ugly. The Support page doesn't even list (as I write this) V6 - only up to V5. Suggests sloppiness for a premium priced application. Not fond of subscription model, infrequent updates, nor no refund policy either. Regret the V6 upgrade and suggest avoiding it.
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Bggale
04 June 2020
Version: 6.1.0
I just went to their web site to see why my v 5.3.1 says I'm 'up to date', and found they want $59 EVERY YEAR (that's right - they went to a subscription ripoff model) for me to upgrade! DO NOT DO IT! I refuse to give in to ANY ripoff software subscription!!! NEVER!!!
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harvey-kabaker
28 March 2020
Version: 5.3.1
BTW, I see in the upper right hand corner that MacUpdate says, "This app is compatible with your macOS."
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harvey-kabaker
28 March 2020
Version: 5.3.1
I just learned it doesn't work with Catalina. Is Drive Genius responsible for the many crashes I have experienced nearly every time I use the computer since I installed Catalina? I'm always using Firefox, usually with Flash enabled, and usually with a second monitor. I've tried running without Flash and without the second monitor, still crashing and trying to find out if Firefox is responsible. Also tried running Chrome instead of Firefox but no verdict yet. Will look up Firefox reviews in Mac Update. Thanks.
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klaus500
17 March 2020
Version: 5.3.1
Do not buy this software as it is not running on MAC with Catalina. They refused to refund the money even they stated: "Unfortunately, Drive Genius is not compatible with Catalina. More information will become available in the future as our developers continue to work on compatibility. We do have a newsletter available that you may sign up for on our website to be notified once news becomes available concerning Catalina."
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DragonMaster
02 March 2020
Version: 5.3.1
Got rid of it! Developer is non-responsive. App not completely friendly with Catalina and SSDs. They can't seem to figure it out. They complain of Apple's lack of transparency regarding Catalina. Maybe the developers of Drive Genius have been singled out but it is amazing that so many alternatives work so much better ie. Onyx, Tech Tool etc.
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rodhagen
27 February 2020
Version: 5.3.1
It was initially good. Well nigh useless for me now, I'm afraid. As is DataRescue, etc. If they ever learn to do timely updates they may see me back, but I increasingly doubt it. Hey, not much point really on a Mac anyway!
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rodhagen
27 February 2020
Version: 5.3.1
Afraid, despite being a user from the word go, I'v become finally fed up with them completely. No more updates to any of their products from me. Hey, ho! I rarely really needed them anyway!
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a.nthony
04 January 2020
Version: 5.3.1
Yes. I sent an email the other about Catalina not working with the previous version I purchased not too long ago and their response was snotty (like someone else said). I thought it was just me but if this is how a small Company thinks they will survive then they really need a reality check. I'm done with this software and any companies that wants us to re-pay for software each time a new OS version is released. FIX THE ONE WE BOUGHT!
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timwelborn
12 November 2019
Version: 5.3.1
It was good while it lasted....now that Catalina has dropped, instead fixing Drive Genius so that it WORKS with DG They want to sell another product This is Bad Form
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Virtualruffy
21 October 2019
Version: 5.3.1
AVOID this program at all costs! The company is snotty and has horrible customer support. They do NOT care what problems you might face using it through their PITA repeated serialization method. All they want is your money. To sum it up, their product makes windows and microsoft seem a delight to install support and speak with. Stick with Diskwarrior and Techtool. The only this company's methods change is when they lose so much money that they either go out of business or management changes and undoes the moronic serialization requirements. Their greed overwhelms all other concerns.
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markbyrn
21 September 2019
Version: 5.3.0
I could tolerate an annual subscription model but it's $79 for just one Mac and the cost for me and my multiple Macs would be $140. Even Microsoft Office 365 allows 5 installs per subscription and if Drive Genius was likewise, I might bite but now I'll just bite back with a negative review.
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richievitale
20 September 2019
Version: 5.3.0
I rate DG5 five stars before it lost support to monitor Time Machine Hard Drive, however... I am getting ads for DG6. First I'd like to say DG has saved me heartache several times with my iMac HD and externals failing when Techtool Pro didn't find anything. For $85.00 they are offering a yearly subscription which is bound to be higher if I don't grandfather in. Now the bad side: DG can NOT monitor Time Machine anymore. Customer Service can not tell me when and if they will rectify this. No warning was given customers when this happened and it slowed my iMac to a crawl and took me days to discover that DG was the culprit. I told them if you can let me know that DG6 is available you certainly could let customers know when something becomes deprecated in DG5. I have to turn off ALL external drives (8 including Time Machine) from monitoring and Prosoft had no answer as to whether or not they would allow us to turn off drives individually in the future. I asked: When DG6 subscription becomes public will there eventually only be support for the subscription model? Their answer was "There is no further information at this time. More will be known upon the official release of version 6." Really unconcerned (or uninformed) support and yet DG5 has been the best protection I've had so far. However, without the ability to monitor my external HD's I don't think I can upgrade to DG6.
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Foulger
05 September 2019
Version: 5.3.0
Version 6 out now - subscription only - Just priced themselves out of the market - same ol same ol - greed !
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0.5
harkinma
03 June 2019
Version: 5.3.0
Horrible customer support - difficult to use.
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Jonny22
09 April 2019
Version: 5.3.0
I've been using DG for over 15 years & until ver. 5 was very satisfied. Seems the latest iteration (5.1.3 currently running on my iMac) REQUIRES to communicate with Prosoft's server every few hours to validate registration. This is in spite of the fact that the software was bought & downloaded from their site and registered.
If the iMac drops into sleep mode or anything else interferes with the WI-Fi connection DrivePulse goes inactive. No protection. DrivePulse which is supposed to run qutiomatically in the background providing protection then reverts to Demo or Default Trial Mode and ceases executing all background drive scanning procedures.
For 3 months I have gone back & forth with Prosoft, with 2 complete reinstall, from their URL, 2 replacement beta versions installed & still no resolution!
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paulsrandall
18 February 2019
Version: 5.3.0
Always looking for its serial number, never wants to retain it. I'm sick of that. So, it is gone.
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Pfackelmann
30 January 2019
Version: 5.3.0
This app is quite funny. I have to enter the serial # again after every app start. The Event Viewer shows: Date Level Event 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Free Space Monitor is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Consistency Check is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Free Space Monitor is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Consistency Check is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Free Space Monitor is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Consistency Check is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Free Space Monitor is not available in the demo version. 17. Dec 2018 at 11:38:47 Informational Consistency Check is not available in the demo version. and so on (1866 - one thousand eight hundred sixtysix lines) Since 2 weeks my Mac Mini became dead slow and I couldn’t find the reason. I discussed this in "de.comp.sys.mac.misc“. Now I checked Activity Monitor and found drive pulse / drivegeniusd wasting memory. I could stop it in Activity Monitor just for a few seconds "An internal failure occurred, but Drive Genius was able to recover. However, if an operation was in progress, it may not have completed successfully.“ but within this short time the Mini gained full speed. So, I uninstalled Drive Genius and now have a smoothly and fast running Mini again. I asked:Do you intent to fix that or do you prefer to return the money? Answer: Assuming the problem on my side; no refund. I use ± 25 other apps without that nonsense.
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Saintfu
08 December 2018
Version: 5.3.0
I haven’t been able to get my Mac with Mojave to boot from a Bootwell drive. Has anyone successfully managed it? Drive Genius creates the drive as an HFS+ drive, and my Mac doesn’t seem to recognize it as a viable boot disk.
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TallTed
09 October 2018
Version: 5.3.0
According to Prosoft's website 5.3.0 is pre-release, and doesn't show up as an update for licensed installs of 5.2.x... This listing should be pulled until 5.3.0 is fully and officially released as stable.
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mauricev
19 September 2018
Version: 5.3.0
The primary function of Drive Genius is to monitor your disks for file structure corruption. When it works, it works great. But it may just not work at all and for no reason. The program is supposed to be continually scanning your drives for file system corruption and it just may not do anything at all. To make matters worse, their tech support is lazy and clueless.
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Hilbo60
05 September 2018
Version: 5.3.0
The update option within the app informs me that v5.2.2 is the latest update, while MacUpdate says that it is v5.3.0
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Rsmacupdate
08 May 2018
Version: 5.2.0
I have been a ProSoft Engineering product user since Drive Genius v2. I have to say though that I am not too pleased with the new UI. The v3 UI was better IMHO. I will withhold a star rating for the time being until I have more time with it, but the UI to me is a step backward... I just don't like anything about it so far compared to the v3 UI. I also agree with a number of others here that APFS support is minimal at this time.
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Derekcurrie
15 March 2018
Version: 5.2.0
As soon as file system utilities are able to repair APFS, found in macOS 10.13 High Sierra, I'll care. Until then, I won't be upgrading. So far, only TechTool Pro v9.6.x provides any APFS repair functionality. At this time, we're still waiting on both Drive Genius & DiskWarrior. ?
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DragonMaster
28 December 2017
Version: 5.1.0
If you have an SSD and High Sierra 10.13.2 it will not create a trustworthy BootWell. It will report that the drive is damaged when it is not! It will offer to repair the supposed problem but will not and will advise you to erase drive and reinstall. Will not tell you what active files you have on SSD drive. Will not give you any info on SSD like it will on the old spin drives. Numerous deletes and reinstalls of app has fixed nothing. Support has had zero resolution for these problems. The problems have existed since the begging betas with no improvement at all. If you have an SSD be wary! The Malware detection is very good. Though for this alone I would not recommend the expense!
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Macbookpro
14 December 2017
Version: 5.1.0
Looks like this version is now compatible with High Sierra.
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Mehmet-b0905835
21 September 2017
Version: 5.0.5
Drive Genius is a very useful program, it is easy to download but, not so easy to install.
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Derekcurrie
28 August 2017
Version: 5.0.4
There is NO indication I can find that Drive Genius 5 is going to be compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. The situation is that 10.13 introduces a new file system (APFS) that is foreign to ALL current disk utilities. Therefore: I personally recommend holding onto your money until verified High Sierra compatible versions of ALL disk utilities are released.
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ruderealization
24 August 2017
Version: 5.0.4
I used drive genius 3 for 6 years and absolutely loved it !!!
Until lately when I upgraded to drive genius 5 which is just ok at best and am attempting to get a refund .
My issue is buggy registration with their bootwell drive just keeps on asking for me to reregister and I had enough of that ,It also prompted my other 3rd party apps to need registration . .
Also they changed the unneeded files cleanup to old and large only and they used to have a duplicate files finder also .
I may use drive genius 3 in the future but not anytime soon .
Drive genius 5 also uses ClamXav which doesn't have a high detection rate.
I think they are grabbing at straws because SSD drives are now the fashion and HDD is becoming outmoded , don't get me wrong you can still work on your SSD with Drive genius 5 but you sure can't do a defrag .
Bottom line is I wouldn't recommend Drive genius 5 it needs connections to your computer at all times from of course ( Prosofteng, ClamXav, google-analytics ,googletagmanager ,visualwebsitemanager ) .
This intrudes on your privacy. No thank you prosofteng.
Look into tech tool pro I like that app it is fundamentally un-intrusive
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danslation
23 August 2017
Version: 5.0.4
I’ve used Drive Genius on my 2010 iMac desktop computer for over five years — mainly to defragment my hard disc drive periodically. Drive Genius ver. 5 introduces a major new feature: Malware Scan, which checks my entire hard drive for malicious and disruptive code and automatically removes any that it finds. Formerly I used Malwarebytes, a shareware app, to scan my iMac for malware. But Drive Genius’ Malware Scan seems a thousand times more thorough and effective than Malwarebytes.

Recently my iMac started going haywire, its screen often filling with a checkerboard pattern and freezing; it then became very difficult to reboot. I took the iMac to my local Apple store. A friendly tech ran diagnostics on my iMac, with inconclusive results. She speculated that my iMac’s logic board was defective; replacing it would cost $450 plus labor. So she recommended I buy a new iMac.

Before taking that plunge, I decided to try Malware Scan, having recently upgraded to Drive Genius 5. Malware Scan found several pieces of malware on my hard drive and removed them. That completely cured the unstable screen display and freezing problem.

Since then, whenever my iMac becomes sluggish and unresponsive, or starts to freeze up all too often, I run Malware Scan. More often than not, it finds and removes a piece of malware (usually named “heuristic”) from my hard drive. I’ve also run Malware Scan on my backup (2009) iMac. The first time I did so, it found and removed several pieces of malware that seemed to date back as much as several years.

Prosoft Engineering, manufacturer of Drive Genius, provides free customer service via telephone to registered owners of the software during weekday business hours. Whenever I’ve called them, I’ve received prompt and clear assistance by knowledgeable people clearly based at company headquarters.
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Foulger
28 July 2017
Version: 5.0.3
5.0.4 out. Still no reply from Prosoft. How many people would find a log useful in the menu bar for malware and other actions? Lets start a mexican wave, maybe they will listen?
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Derekcurrie
26 July 2017
Version: 5.0.3
My quandary: Is there any point in updating any disk utility considering the impending death of Apple's current HFS+ file system, to be replaced with APFS? Until such time as this question is answered, I am NOT further investing in disk utilities. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_File_System
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Foulger
26 July 2017
Version: 5.0.3
I have used DriveGenius, I think, from version 3. It has become more useful with each iteration. I purchased version 5 as part of my tool kit and have found it to be particularly useful in its malware removal, which appears to dig deeper than any other malware tool I posses. I too am unhappy with having to constantly keep entering the serial number as I have several Macs around. Ive got over it by keeping the serial # in a separate file,easily located, so its not so bad as it could be. It would be nice if they removed this restriction though. I also find them to be poor communicators on occasion when I E-Mail what I consider to be bugs or to suggest improvements (like a log for malware detection). So the application is quite good as a collection of tools but let down by pedantic administration and poor commuinication.
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Fsckthemembership!
27 June 2017
Version: 5.0.1
STOP --> WAIT --> No Internet connection --> NO INSTALLATION Because the license agreement for v5.0.1 needs to be downloaded (i.e. WTF?), your computer hardware UUID linked (according to ProSoft Tech Dept), serial number authenticated then the installer will proceed...each and every time! This is not a drag-n-drop ala Apple classic install! I had previously uninstalled v4.2.2 so I grabbed the backup .dmg off my RAID storage, dropped it on the Desktop, opened and double clicked the Drive Genius icon...seconds later the .dmg disappeared. Tech Support says this is part of the install process with v4.2.2. I don't know about everyone here but I've been a registered user since v1.0 and if you frequent remote, non-internet accessible locations then have original backups is helpful. Thanks but no comments about clones, etc. there's nothing like an original software install on a new drive vs restore, clone, Time Machine, manual copies, etc....original and fresh is just that, fresh. So, if this is the direction for ProSoft (i.e. Microsoftian linking your life into their database), $59 upgrade for v4 bug fix and beta malware feature then consider holding off until everything gets fixed...plus, Disk Utility, DiskWarrior and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware are options. Additionally, ClamXAV although not free anymore is unobtrusive. Disclaimer: No association with any software companies.
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MacX-dk
12 May 2017
Version: 5.0
I've been a happy user of Drive Genius since 3.1.2 when I bought it as a part of the MacUpdate Promo 2012 Spring Bundle! Later upgraded to version 4 for $49, now again to version 5.0 for $49 (Malware scan, APFS support, updated BootWell) I was well happy with the product in general – all the various features worked well for me the past versions and fixed various errors on my HDD's. Sure, I had some minor problems from time to time, but DG Support help me fix them quickly, thanks! Introducing the "Malware scan" in version 5 really dented my trust in the app though :/ At first the Malware database would not download, but after 3-4 tries and 6+ hours later (seriously) it eventually loaded and started to scan my files. Had no infected files though. The other day I had a problem with numerous "clamscan" (the process scanning for malware) hogged all my memory. Today I unpacked 300 images i a 550MB zipped file (from Google Drive)... DrivePulse spawned 80+ clamscan's. My MacPro started to use 800% CPU but settled at 200-800% for 20 minutes until all the clamscan's ate my 16GB RAM. The system then alerted me "You system has run out of application memory." and started to pause various apps I had open in the background. I had to Force Quit a few apps in order to be able to launch Terminal, but the clamscan's ate the new free memory before I could execute "sudo killall clamscan" XD After Force Quitting all the paused app, I quickly reopened Terminal and ran the command again. After about 10 seconds my Mac returned to normal (now using about 4GB RAM) :) This "bug" occurred both in v. 5.0.0 and now in 5.0.1. How ProSoftEng's QC can release software that "steal" ALL free memory, essentially forcing user to Hard Reset the Mac, is unknown to me!! So, I have now been forced to turn OFF Malware scan in Drive Pulse when I want to work with many files :( and thinking about downgrading to ver. 4. I do like the other features of DG, but the Malware scanner seriously needs an overhaul !!! … also, it would be great to be able to scan individual files, not just entire volumes. … and I'm not sure I will upgrade to v. 6.0 for another $49 unless there are some critical (and many new) features.
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peter57-1
04 May 2017
Version: 5.0
I used Drive Genius 4 regularly on a MacBook Pro. A couple of months ago, DG 4 told me that the hard drive was defective. I took the computer to Apple, which ran various tests and I was told the hard drive was just fine. Did DG 4 give me false positive or did it detect some problem that Apple missed? I'm not sure, so I replaced the hard drive with a SSD. But $49 for an upgrade to DG 5? I don't see how that is worth it. Prosoft better get its act together and deliver a product of value instead of charging almost $50 for an upgrade with few additional features.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
19 April 2017
Version: 5.0
I found that Drive Genius can do something that TechTool Pro and Disk Warrior cannot: It can initialize a drive. I needed this recently for a thumb drive that I wanted to partition. None of my other utilities, including Disk Utility, could partition the drive, even though it was in HFS+ format. I found the initialize function in Drive Genius and, after applying it to the thumb drive, I had no trouble partitioning the drive with Disk Utility. Sadly, the partition function in Drive Genius is, shall we say, less than genius. Then again, the operation in Disk Utility is laid out differently in Sierra than in previous versions of the app so it too took some getting used to. You can no longer preselect the number of partitions. You have to add them one at a time, which hardly seems like an improvement. Just one more instance of Apple dumbing down its software, fixing something that wasn't broken to begin with. So that's not exactly genius either. That said, it's hard to see the value proposition for the version 5 upgrade of Drive Genius. Once Apple has adopted the APSF drive format, the upgrade may be more important. But there are far cheaper malware scanners, as in free, that do the job well. Malwarebytes has worked well for me, though it doesn't run in the background as Drive Pulse does. As for Drive Pulse, I only started using it recently; it reports changes to login items that can indicate changes made by malware, though most often they are made by reliable apps you choose to use. As far as I recall, Checkmate does not do this. Whether this function is important I'm sure is a matter of opinion. Since it works in Drive Genius 4, upgrading to version 5 hardly seems essential.
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geno
19 April 2017
Version: 5.0
malware does not complete scans
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June8
18 April 2017
Version: 5.0
Add a new Malware Scan to v4, make it v5 take $49. Fix v4 problems, make it v5, want $49. Thank you Prosoft, not for me.
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Foulger
07 April 2017
Version: 4.2.2
Update on my post of yesterday. Turns out that because of extremely heavy traffic, the database was taking hours to download, even over Fibre. Prosoft were kind enough to reply almost instantly and this morning the database has downloaded quickly and easily, so disregard yesterdays comments - all is restored.
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Foulger
07 April 2017
Version: 4.2.2
Version 5 Just came out and I paid the US$49 upgrade. I'm running 10.12.5 beta 1 and I decided to test the new malware facility. 8+ hours and its still running with no result. Cancelled and sighed. Good app but sometimes I wonder about Prosofts test and development team. I know I'm running beta BUT its not that different from 10..12.4 surely?
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Fsckthemembership!
20 August 2016
Version: 4.2.2
Install error 57 and required force quit…also, self deleted the downloaded disk image. WTF? Tried download grading to earlier version without success. No response from tech support after two days.

DiskWarrior came to the rescue.

Would success to Prosoft Engineering that a "drag-n-drop" install would be preferred because who the heck knows what's attempting to be installed…where is the "these files will be installed" list?
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