Articles tagged: disk management
A dirty machine is the result of improper shut downs. There are ways to clean it up, but getting control of your shut-down process is important.
Drive letters like C:, D: and so on are assigned by Windows to reference your hard disks. They are not all cast in stone; most drive letters can be changed.
Deleting a partition is a destructive operation, but that doesn’t mean you have to lose the data it contains.
If you’ve got an old hard drive and you want to get data off of it, there are several approaches.