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World’s Smallest Hard Disk Uses Atomic Storage

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Modern society is generating billions of gigabytes of new data each day – absolutely faster than the overall increase in the storage medium. According to IDC, the total volume of digital data around the world projected to exceed 16 zettabytes in 2017. Quite a gigantic number, isn’t it? It’s an alarming situation wherein more data is producing than before storing the existed. As overall data usage increases, there should be some mechanism to ensure every single bit occupies as little space as possible. Maybe, the most up-to-minute technologies like Atomic Storage find its place in this context. Also Read: History of

How to Make Use of Wasted Space using Windows 10 Disk Management

Due to improper partitioning or some other reasons, valuable hard disk space can become unallocated on your Windows 10 PC. You can’t use such a disk space unless or until  it is allocated into a simple volume. This unallocated space will lie on partitions hidden by default. Let’s try to find out such partitions and allocate space occupied by them. How to Find Hidden Partitions on Windows 10? You can see the overall allocation of your hard disk partitions from Windows Disk Management utility. To access this utility on Windows 10, right click on Windows Start button and choose “Disk Management”.

How to Perform CHKDSK on Windows 10?

Last week, I wrote an article on how CHKDSK (Check Disk) reduces your hard disk space. Hope, you got it right that CHKDSK shows reduced space in hard disk for good. It indicates that your hard drive is failing. Today, I am going to drill down a bit more and will tell  – how to perform this CHKDSK on Windows 10. You can run CHKDSK command in two ways: Through Command Prompt Through Error Checking option in Drive Tools Through Command Prompt You’ll need administrator privilege to perform CHKDSK on Windows 10 through Command Prompt. For that, type CMD on

Google Asks Hard Drive Manufacturers To Forget About Reliable Disks

Insane isn`t it? Here is a fact; 70% of businesses have experienced data loss due to accidental deletion, disk or system failure, viruses, fire or some other disaster. [Source: datto] Read the headline again. Does this confuse you? Well even if you consider yourself a storage expert or you`re hearing “Storage” , “Hard disks” and “Cloud” for the first time, it doesn`t make sense to risk the data safety despite whatever Google says. But that`s not what Google is trying to suggest, let`s hear it from Eric Brewer, Google` s infrastructure VP. Brewer presented a surprising white paper at 2016 USENIX