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Windows 7: Missing Hard Drive Space After Using Windows 7 Disk Management Tool

05 Feb 2013   #11
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No probs mate all you need to do is now get your specs entered in X that makes helping a whole heap easier.

Not having a go because there are so many that only put their OS in the specs and I wish they would make it something one needs to do when a member it does save a lot of time. Just simple stuff like machine model and if you need the specs you only have to run that Speccy app it will give them all and in some detail too.

Speccy - Download < download from piriform

one last thing if you want a little more performance from your machine and don't mind losing a bit of the "bling" such as transparency work through this it is my Bible

Optimize Windows 7 - just ask if you don't understand anything and Brink is such a nice fellow and always more than ready to help out - he says "the only stupid question is the one that doesn't get asked" that speaks reams of the man.

You can ask anyone you like in fact but just post in that tutorial / thread what you want to know.

Enjoy!!

John


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