Solid State Hard drive

Hey guys,
I'm having a Sony laptop which having a solid state hard drive 120 GB.. In which, 60GB Operating system take and the rest of the space i can use.!!
As we all know that isn't much space for our data.!!

Is there any concept behind of SSD that i can compress that hard drive and they give me much space for storing data..!!

or is there any tool through which i can do..??
Please help me guys.!!!

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Love SSD

by laikeise Staff In reply to Solid State Hard drive

Why giving it more processing job to work on files?

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Well as Sony instal windows

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Solid State Hard drive

All you need do is open my computer right click on the drive and select properties from the drop down menu. When the next window opens add a tick to the compress drive box and follow the prompts to compress the drive.

Ok course that will give you some space but not a lot and really the only way to improve storage is to fit a bigger drive but that to will mean that the unit is likely not to run as long on battery.


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no good ideal but repartition your hard disk

by yychaser In reply to Solid State Hard drive

There are several freeware you could find by searching on google. try it by yourself. The software posted by others may not the AutoFit one for you. i have one suggestion. That is to resize hard drive into two partitions. One is for system restoreation, the other is to keep your other files and stuff. Here is an text tutorial:

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