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Windows 7 support is closing by MICROSOFT

Hello Friends, I am going to share very important lore related Microsoft Operating System. Microsoft is closing support for Windows 7 After January 14, 2020 that's why this topic is V.V.I for your knowledge base. Your system will work or not know here because Microsoft is closing support for Windows 7:- INFORMATION:- If you also own a Laptop or Computer that is working on Windows 7, there is bad news for you, because Windows 7, the world's most popular computer operating system, is now SHUTTING DOWN.  After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will not provide any update or support for Windows 7. As people already know that Windows 7 was launched in 2009 . With information about closing Windows 7 the company is also giving notifications to upgrade its users. So let's know how to upgrade to Windows 10 and answer all the queries related to the closure of Windows 7. No, it is not that at all. Even though the company is shutting down support for Windows 7 , it does no

What is the difference between FAT32, NTFS and exFAT?

What is the difference between FAT32, NTFS and exFAT? Whether you’re formatting an internal drive, external drive, USB flash drive, or SD card, Windows gives you the choice of using three different file systems: NTFS, FAT32, and exFAT. The Format dialog in Windows doesn’t explain the difference, so we will. A file system provides a way of organizing a drive. It specifies how data is stored on the drive and what types of information can be attached to files—filenames, permissions, and other attributes. Windows supports three different file systems. NTFS is the most modern file system. Windows uses NTFS for its system drive and, by default, for most non-removable drives. FAT32 is an older file system that’s not as efficient as NTFS and doesn’t support as big a feature set, but does offer greater compatibility with other operating systems. exFAT is a modern replacement for FAT32—and more devices and operating systems support it than NTFS—but it’s not nearly as widespread as FAT

What is file System?

WHAT IS FILE SYSTEM? There are many different kinds of file systems. Each one has different structure and logic, properties of speed, flexibility, security, size and more. Some file systems have been designed to be used for specific applications. Basically these are the File System:- 1) FAT (File Allocation Table) 2) FAT32 (File Allocation Table 32) 3) NTFS ( New Technology File System) 4) EXT2 ( Extended File System 2) 5) EXT3 ( Extended File System 3) 6) EXT4 ( Extended File System 4) 7) exFAT ( Extended File Allocation Table) Some file systems are used on local data storage devices;[2] others provide file access via a network protocol (for example, NFS,[3] SMB, or 9P clients). Some file systems are "virtual", meaning that the supplied "files" (called virtual files) are computed on request (such as procfs and sysfs) or are merely a mapping into a different file system used as a backing store. File system is the part of the oper

Resize the Partitions

How to resize the running partitions? Hello Friends, Today we will teach you how to  increase/decrease disk Space of running Drive Like ( C Drive D Drive E Drive). For this activity we will have to install some third party software and use windows feature to do it. Third Party Software:- EaseUS Partition Master Partition Magic 8 Plus MiniTool Partition Wizard Windows Futures:- In Windows 7/8/10... Open Computer Management Tool Select Storage Select Disk management Then Right Click On Drive(which drive you want to resize) Click ON Shrink Volume Open Disk Management Tool you can also use it to open Disk Management. Press the Win + R keys on your keyboard to open Run, enter the command diskmgmt.msc and then press Enter or OK Enter the amount of space to shrink in MB: Note:- Please Keep in mind.

Windows System Admin/Administrator interview questions?

Hello Friends, Today I am going to tell   you about Interview Question for Windows System Administrator. In this Article mentioned all important questions. I hope. It will be helpful to you for crack technical interview. Here some important Question:- Differentiate Between NTFN & FAT? What is Difference between Ext3 and Ext4? What Is Voip and SIP? What Is Proxy Server? Differentiate Between Firewall/antivirus? What is the difference between .PST and .OST? Storage path of Outlook..... Color Code of Straight Cable and Cross Cable Where we use cross cable, Rollover Cable   and Straight Cable? What is Firewall and Proxy Server? Basic Network Concepts:-- What is IP? Classes of IP, Type of IP? What is Subnet mask and Gateway? What is the difference between IP Version4 and IP Version6? What Is Loop Back? What Is APIPA? What is OSI Layer and TCP/IP model ? How does it work? Why we use primary DNS and Secondary DNS? Port Number of give