Seeing how much data we use and produce every day, it’s important to keep tabs on how much hard drive space you have left every now and again. Windows can provide enough information for you to be able to manage your data and not be surprised by a hard drive that has suddenly filled up. How To Check Free and Used Hard Drive Space in Windows 1. First of all, open Computer (Windows Vista & 7), or My Computer (Windows XP), or This PC (Windows 8) in File Explorer. There are three ways of doing this: Open File Explorer and click Computer or My Computer or This PC option in the navigation pane on the left-hand side of the File Explorer window or Find the Computer, or My Computer, or This PC icon on your desktop and double-click it or In Windows 7, press Windows key + E to open Computer, in Windows 8 search bar (Windows key + Q) or Windows 10 search bar (Windows key + S) type in “This PC” and pick it from the search results. 2. Once … [Read more...] about How To Check Hard Drive Space in Windows
In Dead Space the player takes on the role of Isaac Clarke, an engineer in the distant future sent to investigate the fate of an interstellar mining ship that has gone silent in deep space. Accompanied by several other equally befuddled would-be rescuers, Isaac soon finds himself marooned on the dark and dilapidated USG Ishimura after a menacing alien infestation cuts off communication and all routes of escape. Something grotesque has taken hold of the giant planet cracker. A biological plague has transformed the Ishimura’s crew into monstrous, zombie-like creatures called Necromorphs. Whatever it is, this particular alien virus intends on making sure Isaac doesn’t get home in one piece. And with that, Dead Space pits the player into an all-too-familiar setting. Dead Space Pays Homage to Spiritual Predecessors Gamers who’ve already survived alien onslaughts in such seminal sci-fi classics as System Shock, Doom and Half-Life will immediately detect the thematic … [Read more...] about Dead Space Review for Xbox 360, PS3, PC
Are you thinking about buying new external hard drive? If yes, then one of the following questions should be – How big storage do i need? Storage, nowadays, come in various forms from the traditional hard disk drive to the ubiquitous cloud storage. Typically, computers are equipped with an internal hard drive with about 500gb of disk space, some of which already consumed by the operating system and basic applications. Even when empty, the formatting of hard drives (NTFS, HFS, etc.) already take up quite a lot of space, typically around 35gb for a 500gb hard disk drive. Basically you’re left with around 450 GB of hard disk space due to formatting overhead and operating system allocation. While this may not be a problem for casual computer users who only do light web surfing and word processing, people who download lossless music (FLAC, ALAC, etc.), high definition (HD) videos and images, games, and other types of data that consume a lot of space will find 450gb to be … [Read more...] about How Much Space Should Your External Drive Have?
PlayStation owners from all walks of life and geographical locations, all collectively still have to put up with standard 500GB and 1TB hard drives coming pre-installed and most of them, in time, will run up against the limits of that capacity. Now that there are five years worth of PS4 games, you may just want to increase your storage capacity. You’ll be pleased to know that upgrading your PS4’s hard drive storage space with an external hard drive is super simple. In order to help you make an informed buying decision, we’ve gathered up our top picks for the best PS4 external hard drive. As a heads up just before we start going any further, in order to actually use an external hard drive with your PS4 console, you’ll need to have downloaded and installed the latest PS4 firmware (the first version to enable external hard drives was 4.50). Once you’re updated to firmware 4.50 or above, your PS4 will be able to support USB 3.0 external hard drives of up … [Read more...] about The best PS4 external hard drive – how to increase your PlayStation 4 storage space
Well over a year since the Nintendo Switch release date, the onboard 32GB of storage won’t last you very long – especially if you’re looking to buy your games digitally.Zelda: Breath of the Wild alone will take up 40% of that, let alone download-only titles like Hollow Knight, Darkest Dungeon and Celeste. There’s Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu and Eevee on the way too! Not to worry, it’s an easy thing to remedy since the Switch works with any Micro SD on the market. Here are our picks for the best value and cheapest Nintendo Switch Micro SD cards. Nintendo Switch storage upgrade guide Now that we are so far removed from the console’s launch, it’s clear to see that if you plan on buying games digitally you’re going to want a Micro SD card to expand your storage. Titles like L.A. Noire alone take up upwards of 30GB to install and even the boxed version of that one requires a big install, so don’t think you’re getting … [Read more...] about The best Nintendo Switch Micro SD Cards to expand your storage space