In this article I want to tell how to install two operating systems on one computer. Usually when we buy a computer, we have one hard drive, and it is divided into two logical ones. This is the drive (C 🙂 on which we install the system and the drive (D :), where we store our files: movies, photos, music and more.
We cannot install the second system on the disk (D :), since it will be formatted and all our important data will be deleted, there is already a system on the disk (C :), and although you can install two systems on one partition, I do not recommend you , nothing good will come of it.
All that remains is the din option – to create another logical partition on your hard drive. Here is the answer to the question of how to install two systems. It is necessary to create an additional partition for another system. Continue reading
It seems to me that the flash drive is one of the most amazing inventions. Thanks to the flash drive, we can carry dozens of films, hundreds of different songs, books and other information. The flash drive is so small that you can lose it even in your pocket!
But sooner or later, many begin to have problems with flash drives. It is buggy, does not read information, or does not write, the computer does not see it, and much more. It will be a shame if on a flash drive important information is stored in a single copy.
Suddenly the flash drive will stop working? Continue reading
If you bought yourself a netbook, but the operating system is not installed on it, then, of course, the first question that arises is: what version of Windows should I choose for my brand new netbook? And how to install it? Indeed, on such compact devices as netbooks, there are no drives, and I don’t want to buy external drives just for the sake of installing the system.
In fact, the answer to the second question is very simple, you need to create a bootable USB flash drive with Windows. And install the system from it. My big lesson is devoted to this subject: “How to install Windows 7 from a flash drive? Creating a bootable flash drive. ” Continue reading