Convert ntfs to fat32 and vice versa – no data loss.

This article introduces how to convert partition from NTFS to FAT32, or FAT to NTFS without losing data. As we know, before using a disk partition, you have to format it as NTFS or FAT32/16/12. When you formatting this drive, Windows write basic info to this partition and then manage files with NTFS or FAT file system. Actually, either FAT or NTFS means a way to read and writhe files from/to a disk partition. However, in our daily use, we cannot find out any differences, we can create, delete and paste files in both NTFS and FAT partitions. How to find out a partition (drive) is NTFS or FAT? Two ways: 1. Open "My Computer", right click a partition and select "Properties". 2. Right click "My Computer" > "Manage" > "Storage" > "Disk Management", you'll find out file system type of all disk drives. Change/modify drive file system In the … Continue reading






C: drive is full or out of space, what to do?

System C drive is full or running out of free space? Don't worry, this article introduces how to solve this problem. When computer is telling you C: drive is full or you are running out of space, Windows pops up a message of Low Disk Space and telling you to free up disk space, what will you do? To many people, this is annoying, as Most of them don't know how to fix this problem Windows clean up utility cannot free up large amount of space. Windows continue to download updates and ask you to install, but there is no free space in C drive. Windows is running slowly as a snail. Waste a whole day to get GBs free space, but several days later C drive is full again. Don't worry, in this article, I'll give you full answer. To solve this problem, firstly, you should know why C: … Continue reading






How to increase disk space of C drive on Windows Server 2003/2008 fast and easily?

Today’s hard drives feature jaw-dropping amounts of space, but no matter how big your drive, you’ll be amazed at how quickly application/Windows update, browser caches, restore points and temporary files can eat up your free space. If the system C drive runs out of space, Windows pops up an warning to alert computer users when their hard drive is running low on available disk space. Windows 2003 Server/XP low disk space Windows 2008 Server low disk space When Windows pop up this alert, you should fix this low disk space problem as fast as possible, as you cannot install Windows updates and other applications, system runs much slower, the worst is system crash if extremely low free space is left. Increase disk space of C drive To solve this problem, many people try to free up and increase the free disk space of C drive. Different with Home PC, it … Continue reading






Automatic update your driver with driver updater

Problems with your printer, scanner, sound card, graphics card, wireless connection or other peripheral? Or is your computer just sluggish or crashes often? It’s probably time to update your drivers. Many common computer problems are caused by out of date drivers. When drivers aren’t working well, the parts of your computer can’t ‘talk’ to each other. The companies that make all those parts issue new and improved versions all the time. But you don’t have any way to get them… unless you enjoy spending hours every week slogging through those awful websites. And even then, it’s not always that easy to choose the right driver for your computer. Hardware manufacturers release new drivers all the time, so installation CDs/DVDs that came with your PC often do not contain the latest drivers. Manufacturer’s update the drivers to ensure that their products provide you with the best functionality and performance, and without … Continue reading






Optimize and Speedup Your Computer with Advanced System Optimizer

Our personal computers are like fine automobiles—they need preventive maintenance to run efficiently and avoid major breakdowns. You may have the experience that after a while you reinstall the operating system or restore from a backup, your computer runs much slowly. No one wants to reinstall or restore regularly, you have to optimize and speedup the computer, a good system optimizer is useful, by several clicks, the system optimizer will do all the job for you. If you like to optimize the computer by yourself, the following tips can help improve your computer’s performance. Windows system optimizer Clean up disk errors Windows operating system includes a Disk Check program to check and clean any errors on your computer and keep it running smoothly. In your Start menu, click My Computer. In the My Computer dialog box, right-click on the drive you wish to check for errors (for most of us … Continue reading