First there were internal hard disks. Only ten years ago most middle-class hard disks had the storage space of about 100 GB. Even that was quite high at that time. Then at the end of the naughtiest (2000s) we saw the fast development of the portable hard disks market.
Windows Consumer Preview is a beta release of the new version of Windows, which is codenamed “Windows 8.” Below is a complete overview of the system and hardware requirements for installing Windows 8 on a physical machine. These requirements are for the latest Windows 8 Build released by Microsoft. I will be updating this post with newer system requirements as more official versions of Windows 8 are released. You can Continue Reading →
It can be quite confusing for many users to determine if their Windows operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit. Such information is often required when downloading drivers or other software which only works with specific operating system types. In this post I will tell you how to determine if you Windows operating system or computer hardware is 32-bit (also known as x86) or 64-bit (x64).
HardInfo is a n Ubuntu Linux application which gathers information about your system’s hardware and operating system, performs benchmarks, and generates printable reports either in HTML or in plain text format. The information is divided in numerous categories including Computer: which contains a system resource summary, operating system, kernel, )file system, display environment variables and other information. Devices: displays information about hardware devices such as the processor, RAM, PCI and Continue Reading →
Liquesce is a drive pooling software which works somewhat like the Windows Home Server based Drive Extender. It allows merging hard drives and directories into a single view within Windows Explorer. In other words, you can manage all your system drives, partitions and folders within a unified virtual drive with Liquesce. The supported drive formats for the storage pool include SATA, IDE, ESATA, FIREWIRE, USB and others. You will require installing Continue Reading →
When considering system upgradation such as increasing the RAM of your computer, one may come across several questions, including the number of available RAM slots, compatible hard disk type that can be used with your system, etc. To obtain this information one may resort to opening the computer which can lead to a damaged casing and voiding the manufacturers warranty. In this post I will tell you how to find Continue Reading →