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Microsoft® Windows® XP Inside Out Deluxe, 9780735618053 by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Chapter 22. Managing Disks and Drives

Hard Disk Management 101 742

NTFS or FAT32: Which Disk Format Should You Choose? 746

Converting a FAT32 Disk to NTFS 748

Basic and Dynamic Disks 750

Working with Partitions, Volumes, and Disks 753

Setting Quotas for Disk Space Use 774

Setting AutoPlay Options for Removable Drives 777

Working with Writable and Rewritable CD Drives 779

When you get right down to it, storage defines what you can and can't do with Microsoft Windows XP. A big hard disk (or two or three) makes it possible for you to download digital media and manage it effectively. By subdividing hard disks intelligently, you can keep data and programs organized, making it easier to find data and back up copies of important files. Windows XP includes built-in ...

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