All this while, the start up and shut down time for my Windows 8 is really fast.
However, starting from yesterday, i found out my shut down time has lagged considerably. What used to be a speedy shutdown now drags on and on. Can anyone help me to diagnosis what the problem may be...
Enabling superfetch/ prefetch to speed up HDD read/ write.
I would like to know how to boost the read/ write speed of my Hard Disk Drive. Someone told me about some innovation in Windows 8 such as Superfetch, Prefetch, Ready Boost, etc - something that is supposedly utilizing...
Need help on how to change the "Save As" directories in Libraries.
Basically, i have 2 drives running on my laptop being
- C Drive: SSD ~ i want this to store all my system information + very frequently used programs.
- D Drive: HDD ~ to store
* My DOcuments,
* My Pictures,
Need to ask how to hid all the partitions in the factory installed HDD for Lenovo Y580.
This is the scenario.
Firstly, i successfully migrated all of the following partitions:
C partition: boot drive/ program files and data drive &
D partition: containing drivers...
First of all, my apologies because this thread is abit out of topic....
I got a Kingston USB thumbdrive 16.0GB to be used as part of a recovery media for Windows 8. However, now "My Computer" is showing 14.0GB available out of what is supposed to be a 16.0GB. Mind you, this is a new USB...
Need your help on this. Currently, i am planning to use the SSD as the boot drive to install the OS and all other programs.
However, which is the better route?
- cloning / migrating the data from the HDD to SSD, versus
- a clean installation on the SSD???
This is the scenario...