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Special Report: Fred Langa Identifies A Hidden Gem Of Disk Management

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1. Editor's Note: Fred Langa Identifies A Hidden Gem Of Disk Management
2. Today's Top Story
    - Fred Langa On The Windows Disk Management Tool
3. Related Insights
    - Langa Letter: Deep-Geek File And Disk Tools
    - Langa Letter: A Complete PC Maintenance Checklist
    - Langa Letter: A Must-Have Repair And Recovery Tool
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1. Editor's Note: Fred Langa Identifies A Hidden Gem Of Disk Management

Fred Langa has been a popular columnist for InformationWeek for many years because of the practical, hype-free, cost- and time-saving advice he dispenses. I'd like to draw your attention to Fred's latest column, in which he details a "hidden gem," the free Windows Disk Management tool.

In today's data-rich work and personal computing environments, it's critical to manage and logically organize your data so you can find it when you need it. In today's column, Fred walks readers step by step through configuring and using this utility to create, delete, and format partitions.

We think you'll find this latest installment of the LangaLetter a worthy entry in Fred's long list of highly valuable recommendations.

Tom Smith
tsmith@cmp.com
www.informationweek.com


2. Today's Top Story: Identifying A Hidden Gem

Langa Letter: Another Hidden Gem: The Windows Disk Management Tool
Create, delete, and format partitions; change drive letter assignments and paths; help set up disk mirroring and RAID; and more--all with this free Windows tool.


3. Related Insights

Langa Letter: Deep-Geek File And Disk Tools
A major brain-fade forces Fred Langa to search for the most powerful recovery tools he could find.

Langa Letter: A Complete PC Maintenance Checklist
Fred Langa offers a comprehensive plan for keeping your PC in absolute top-notch condition.

Langa Letter: A Must-Have Repair And Recovery Tool
If you ever have to recover files from an unbootable drive or try to bring a dead PC back to life, here's a free, zero-footprint tool you shouldn't be without, Fred Langa says.

The Best Of Fred Langa


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