You’ve recently purchased a used hard drive to use in one of your desktop computers. After installing the drive, you notice that the drive has not been erased and it already has an existing partition. What Windows utility can you use to examine the details of the disk and its partitions?
The corporate security team has a policy that requires all Windows file systems to be NTFS instead of FAT32. Why would this be important?
RAID technology provides organizations around the world with real-time redundancy of important data. In this video, we’ll show you how RAID works and we’ll discuss the different configuration options for RAID. We’ll also provide some hands-on detail with a live demonstration of the RAID configuration process in Microsoft Windows.
Disk partitioning and file systems are fundamental to every operating system. This chapter focuses on the configuration of disk partitions, the implementation of RAID, and the ongoing management of files and disks in Microsoft Windows.