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17 Set/10

Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State Drive in Windows 7 [Windows Tip]

Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State Drive in Windows 7 [Windows Tip]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the best way to take full advantage of your solid state drive (SSD) is to use the performance-maintaining TRIM command. Technology blog GHacks shows us how to make sure TRIM is enabled in Windows 7. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Check if TRIM is Enabled for Your Solid State...

15 Ott/09

Performance Update Targets Hard Drive Issues in Leopard, Snow Leopard [Updates]

Performance Update Targets Hard Drive Issues in Leopard, Snow Leopard [Updates]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Apple pushed a Performance Update out for certain models running Leopard or Snow Leopard last evening, aiming to fix occasional hard drive performance issues the Mac maker says affects a small number of users. You can grab the Leopard or Snow Leopard updates from Apple’s site, or use your built-in software update tool. [The Loop via Gizmodo] (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua...

19 Mag/09

Move Your iTunes Library to an External Hard Drive [Video Demonstration]

Move Your iTunes Library to an External Hard Drive [Video Demonstration]

If your hard drive is filled to the brim now that all of your music and movies have hit the digital realm, it may be time to move that iTunes library to an external drive. We walked you through how to move your iTunes library to an external drive a few years ago, but CNET has just published a great video step-by-step for achieving the same goal—so if you get more out of a video demo, the embedded video may be for you (once you make it through the front-end commercial, that is). How...




1 Mag/09

Best Free Data Recovery Tool? [Hive Five Call For Contenders]

Best Free Data Recovery Tool? [Hive Five Call For Contenders]

Data loss can be absolutely heart wrenching. Fortunately, assuming your disk wasn’t eaten by a wood chipper or struck by a wayward bolt of lightning, software tools are available to help you recover your files. Photo by teclasorg. This week we want to hear about the free tools you use to recover your data. Whether you just accidentally deleted vacation pictures off your SD card or your nephew managed to DELTREE your research data into the ivory tower in the sky, one of the critical...