A hard disk consists of a single undivided memory space. However, you can logically divide the hard disk memory into isolated sections. Here each partition section acts as a separate disk drive. It helps in better management of data present on the hard disk. You can separate the system files with other user data by partitioning the hard disk into various sections. Each partition can be used to store data of a single type. For example, you can keep videos, audios, pictures, documents, etc. in separate partitions. In addition, you can use the partition to run multiple operating systems. For example, you can keep one partition for Windows XP and another for Windows 7.Read More
Disk Management is a traditional yet popular way to manage disks and partitions currently installed on your machine, either locally or remotely. It’s a major part of Microsoft management console comes inbuilt with latest Windows such as Windows XP / Vista and Windows 8. Though, it has same set of features and options found in the older copy of Windows like Windows 7 except Windows 8 is ready for great sizes of single hard disk and ensures you for being capable of managing all the desired disk functions on large disks of up to 2.2 TB.