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Keep your files secure with OneDrive Personal Vault
OneDrive Personal Vault keeps your sensitive files safe, even if your device is lost or stolen.
My 256 Gb SSD is full, what is a safe way to store my data?
I have a laptop with a 256Gb SSD, right now is full. What is the safest and most effective way to store my data?
OneDrive: Secure cloud storage, free with Windows
OneDrive offers storage for your files, ways to securely share files and work with others, ways to back up your documents, and more. Have a look at what it can do.
Back up with Windows to safeguard your information
Don't lose important or irreplaceable information if something happens to your device. Backing up your information is important and even painless, with tools provided in Windows 10.
What was the reason you purchased your first computer?
What was the primary reason you purchased your first computer and what year was it?
How to read tech specs and choose the right PC for your needs
Make shopping for a new PC less intimidating. Use this guide to decipher technical specifications and determine your needs.
after update my computer whipped clean
After I installed an window's update all my pictures etc was whipped clean. It said welcome to windows like I had just started and every time I restart my computer it does it again. Can anyone help me figure out what to do?
Help please. Computer lagging
Hi. i have just purchased a 2015 hp laptop with fresh windows 10 install. Had issues and had to do alot of updates which is fine. My issue is everything is slow. Moving touchpad mouse is dragging and even typing this is lagging. ive typed 5 or 6 letters before it shows up and catches up on my screen. How can I fix this please. Its driving me nuts
Removing Windows 7 / 8.1 From a Windows 10-based Computer
This conversation will show you how to uninstall Windows 7 / 8.1 from your computer and keep Windows 10 intact. WARNING: Before you uninstall Windows 7 / 8.1, back up your files to another location, such as OneDrive or USB flash drives. To uninstall Windows 8.1: 1. Start your computer running Windows 10. If you're running Windows 8.1, restart your computer to Windows 10. 2. Right-click Start and then click Disk Management. 3. Right-click the partition that contains Windows 8.1. Do not right-click the partition that contains Windows 10. 4. Click Yes to confirm. 5. Close Disk Management. 6. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R, type "cmd" (without the quotes) and press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER. 7. Type bcdboot c:\windows and press ENTER. 8. Type "msconfig" (without the quotes) and press ENTER. 9. On the Boot tab, select "Windows 7" or "Windows 8.1", click Delete, and then click OK. 10.Restart your computer if prompted. NOTE: If you have upgraded from Windows 7 / 8.1 to Windows 10, you don't need to follow steps 1-10 shown above. Only follow steps 1-10 shown above if you are multi-booting between Windows 7 / 8.1 and Windows 10 on your computer.
Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
Monitor four key areas that impact your device's performance on Device performance & health.
Open Computer, and navigate to the folder or files you want to move. Open Computer a second time, and this time navigate to the place you want to move the data to. You now have two instances of Computer open, one showing the "from" place, the other the "to" place. In the "from" Computer window, select the files or folders you want to move.
Using separate hard drives for Windows 10 and data storage. I just purchased a new computer with two hard drives, a SSD for the operating system (Windows 10) and a larger hard drive for storage of files.
Then if you look at the area "Devices with removable storage", these drives can be your DVD/CD, a flash drive, external hard disk drive, or even your card reader from your printer. They are easily recognizable by the icon.
*Unlimited individual cloud storage for qualifying plans for subscriptions of five or more users, otherwise 1 TB/user. Microsoft will initially provide 1 TB/user of OneDrive for Business storage, which admins can increase to 5 TB/user. Request additional storage by contacting Microsoft support.
If having the data on a separate partition is not necessary please advise. As I add programs back onto this machine do will I need to point the data to the D drive location or is there a way to make that drive the default for data storage? Thanks! Hi. You don't move the Libraries.