Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Disk management, part of Introduction to Windows 7.
When we're managing Windows 7,…we have a great deal of management capability.…We're going to take XP moved to Vista used to Windows 7…so all of our management tools are enhanced.…As a matter of fact although other instructors…will not appreciate I say this.…Windows 7 is pretty close to a server platform…including the tools.…We can actually turn on server administrative tools…on Windows 7.…Some of which will help us manage Windows 7…and some of which can be used to remotely manage…other systems either other Windows 7 box or servers.…
As a matter of fact Windows 7 is designed…as our server support environment…but in this module we're going to look at the management…or maintenance of the local disks.…We're going to effectively go in here.…We're going to go into our virtual environment…so that I'm using my virtual instance of Windows 7.…Let's get here so you can see it a little better,…there we go.…So that I don't damage the drives…on my actual host operating system.…I'm actually going to play around…with some drives in here,…
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