SSD Utility Management Software


Get a comprehensive real-time overview of system status, capacity, interface, health, updates, and more.


Every now and then we recommend you update your SSD’s firmware to enhance performance and stability. Now you can easily update right here in SSD Utility.

Health Monitoring

Check in on how much life is left in your SSD, find out if your SSD is hooked up to the suitable ports, and set in the correct modes to achieve high performance.

SSD Tuner

This feature allows you to fine-tune your SSD. May quickly adjust the over-provisioning to enhance long-term performance.


Support becomes efficient with the Save Support Package feature. Also, if you need help figuring out settings or troubleshooting an issue, SSD Utility links right to the support contact pages.

Download SSD Utility

This version of SSD Utility is compatible with KIOXIA manufactured SSDs only (see compatible products in the table below). For Toshiba Memory manufactured SSDs, please go here.

End User License Agreement (EULA): By downloading SSD Utility you are accepting all terms and agreements in the EULA.

When you download SSD Utility we collect your IP Address for security and statistical purposes only. For more information regarding our legitimate interest for collecting your IP Address please review our Privacy Policy.

  Latest Version
Version # 5.0.0018
Release Date April 15, 2020
Release Notes Release Notes
User Guide User Guide
For Windows EXCERIA PLUS SSD, EXCERIA SSD: Windows 10 x64,
Others: Windows 10 x64, Windows 8.1 x64

Download (ZIP| 33.2MB)
For Mac® Bootable N/A
For PC Bootable All (DMG files are used to
create a bootable USB drive)

Download (ZIP| 909.3MB)
For Linux® N/A

Important Notice

Windows: Make sure to set your SATA controller to AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface) Mode in the motherboard BIOS if it is not; for instructions see the user documentation for your computer.

SSD Utility is required to be run as a system administrator.

Internet connection is required for firmware and BIOS update.

Make back-up copies of any data on the SSD that you want to keep; some operations result in the complete loss of data on the SSD (you will be warned if this will occur).