Showing posts with label Microsoft Windows 10. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Microsoft Windows 10. Show all posts

Sunday, May 8, 2016

How to Partition HardDisk in Windows OS?

Windows giving you 2 Option for Partition your HardDisk Drive. Partitioning with graphical tools we always like. You can also do partition with Windows OS Disc.  Today we see how to partition your HardDisk with Graphical Tool Disk Management.


You can use the Disk Management tool to resize, create, delete and format partitions and change their drive letters - all without downloading or paying for any other software.

How to Partition HardDisk in Windows OS?

  • Accessing Disk Management
  • Right-Click on My Computer
  • Re-sizing a Partition
  • Right-click a partition in either pane and select Extend Volume or Shrink Volume to re-size it. 
  • Extending and shrinking have some basic limitations.
  • Creating a Partition
  • Deleting a Partition
  • Changing Drive Letters
  • Formatting a Partition




Friday, May 1, 2015

Windows 10 is now available on Raspberry Pi and Arduino


Microsoft is aiming at making Windows 10 the OS for all connected devices, and now it’s aiming at the Internet of Things by releasing a build for Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
The developer preview for Windows 10 IoT Core insider will work with the Raspberry Pi 2, MinnowBoard Max and Intel Galileo. Otherwise, you can connect with other Arduino devices through Windows Remote and Windows Virtual Shields.
You can download Windows 10 IoT Core here. And though Windows for the Internet of Things is just getting started, Microsoft’s has already prepared some projects you can work on.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Windows 10 is launching this summer, preview coming to Xiaomi phones


Microsoft announced today on its blog that Windows 10 is launching this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages.
The company didn’t name an exact date, but at least we know it’s not far off.Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for 7, 8 and 8.1 users when it’s available.
It also confirmed that some partners like Lenovo and Tencent will offer “upgrade services” at service centers to get users onto the latest OS. We’d expect more of these partners to come onboard as the date gets closer.
Buried in the announcement was also a tiny mention that a small group of Xiaomi Mi 4 users will be able to download Windows 10 to their phone to test out the technical preview ahead of an eventual release this year.
That’s big news for a company that’s traditionally shipped it’s own flavor of Android on its devices. It’s not clear if this means that Xiaomi phones could dual-boot between operating systems in the future, but we sure hope so.
Microsoft said over email to us that the two companies are partnering to test Windows 10 and get feedback. It says that selected Xiaomi Mi4 users “will get the ability to flash their phones with the new Windows 10 OS and provide feedback to Xiaomi and Microsoft on their experience” and “availability will be announced in the months to come.”
Xiaomi replied to us and said that “this is an experimental program entirely led by Microsoft, and we are happy that Mi fans with Mi 4 devices in China will be able to participate and provide feedback.”
Microsoft also announced today that you’ll be able to log in to Windows 10 with biometric details like a iris scan and reports emerged that Internet Explorerwill not be a major part of the OS.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Windows 10 Screen And Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users


At Microsoft’s Windows 10 event today, the company shared that all Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users will be able to upgrade to Windows 10, for free.


Microsoft said that the free upgrade will be valid for the first year immediately after the release; if you upgrade during that time, you’ll get Windows 10 for free, for the “lifetime” of your device.
Those on Windows Phone 8.1 will also get the update to Windows 10 on their mobiles.
Terry Myerson, VP of Windows at Microsoft said that the company wanted to make it a “seamless upgrade” for those users when Windows 10 is released.

This is Windows 10’s new Start screen

Microsoft showed off Windows 10’s new Start screen at its event today.

Above, the new mini mode is pictured. The new start menu allows users to customize the tiles and is also slightly transparent.


Below, you can see Microsoft’s new “expanded” mode for tablet devices.
Devices can automatically transition between modes depending on if the user is using a mouse and keyboard, or a touch screen.

The company also showed off the new Windows 10 desktop notification center.