1. How to Fix: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable on Windows 10.


    A short tutorial showing you several different troubleshooting steps you can take if you connect a USB or external device to your computer and receive the following error message:  ‘:\ is not accessible, The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable’.

  2. How to Find Out if Your Laptop Has a Solid State Drive. (SSD)


    A short tutorial showing you four different ways to check if the computer you are using has an SSD installed as its main hard drive. Simple system based methods that don’t require you to physically check your system or search for service tags with tiny fine print of hardware specs.

  3. How to Hide Drives In Windows 10 File Explorer.


    If you often like to hide files and folders using the Windows hidden files option, this guide will show you how to expand on this hiding method by teaching you how to also hide System Devices and Drives that show in the Windows file explorer. The process isn’t as simple as hiding files and folders but if you follow the steps closely you’ll have your system drives hidden in no time.

  4. How to Get Back Gigabytes of Space After Updating Windows 10. (Delete Old Windows Update Folder)


    The Windows 10 Creators update officially launched earlier this week and it’s quite a nice update. Plenty of processes have been streamlined and cool new features have been added. If you have already updated or are considering updating soon, be aware that you may notice a big drop in your usable hard drive space, this is normal and can easily be fixed, so tag along and we will show you exactly how to free up on average 30gb of space. (This guide works for any and all major Windows System Updates.)

  5. How to Erase a Recovery Partition In Windows 7, 8, and 10.


    If you purchased your Desktop or Laptop from a supplier such as HP, Dell, Toshiba or another well-known brand, you will have probably noticed that the hard drive has a partition on it called Recovery or something similar. Generally, this allocated partition oo your hard drive is between 20gb and 50gb, which is quite a lot of space to leave sitting almost unused. If you are looking for a way to get rid of it and reclaim the space this guide will show you how.

  6. Hitachi presents a storage medium that should last forever


    Storing data forever is impossible at the moment, as storage methods eventually expire. You might be able to play an old CD but you won't be able to do this endlessly. Hitachi might have found the solution in their most recent invention; a glass ...