Articles in Category: Partitioning
Partitions allow a single physical disk drive to be treated as if it were multiple disks.
Partitioning, or splitting a single physical hard drive into multiple drives, has pros and cons. I’ll look at those and make a recommendation.
Deleting a partition is a destructive operation, but that doesn’t mean you have to lose the data it contains.
Partitions may be hidden for good reasons. Here’s how to peek inside.
Newer machines often come with multiple partitions. While it’s tempting to remove them, there’s little to be gained.
Multiple partitions can be useful at times. I’ll show you how to create a new partition by “splitting” an existing C: partition.
Chances are that you have a basic disk, and don’t need the functionality offered by dynamic disk support. Even if that functionality actually is kind of cool.
Changing the layout of the hard disk make the C: partition bigger requires a few steps, and occasionally special tools.