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Comparing the Two File Systems: ReFS (Resilient File System) and NTFS
In this article, let’s have a look at the opportunities offered by ReFS and what makes it better than the good old NTFS system. Recovering data from ReFS storage space.
The new file system ReFS by Microsoft was initially introduced in Windows Server 2012. It is also available in Windows 10 as a component within the Storage Space tool. ReFS can be used for a group of disks known as storage pool. With the issue of Windows Server 2016, the file system was improved and soon it will be available in the new version of Windows 10.
How to Create a Storage Space or Mirrored Volume in Windows 7, 8 or 10
Read about the Windows function “Storage Space” and how your home PC can use this function to create a software RAID made up of several physical disks including built-in disks or those connected via USB, and restore data from such RAID if necessary.
The Storage Spaces function integrated into Windows 10 allows users to create one virtual hard disk out of several physical disks. It can help you to back up data by duplicating it in several disks or unite several hard disks or SSDs into a unified storage pool. Storage spaces are the same as RAID, but on a desktop computer with several hard disks connected to it.
Creating RAID 0 or RAID 1 Arrays: Operating Speed and Data Protect
Read about RAID arrays: what they are and why we use them, and how you can create one with empty disks or disks containing data.
In this section you will learn about a very useful technology called RAID (redundant array of independent disks).
Recovering Data from External Storage
Read about recovering data from network storage (NAS) and external USB or eSata disks formated in FAT or NTFS.
Various types of external storage quickly gain popularity. External storage systems are easier to maintain, upgrade and extend than computers’ built-in hard drives. They can be shared over the network safer and easier than computer hard disk drives. They can be conveniently placed and connected via a convenient link. Finally, users can add huge storage capacities to their laptops and mobile devices, which would otherwise be completely impossible.
Backup Policies and Fault Tolerant Systems
Why can we lose data even with fail-safe systems? The mistakes that users make most often.
Data on a hard drive or a memory card can be easily lost, but their recovery is very difficult. There are definitely more than seven common mistakes made by computer users who want to reliably store information. The Top list assembled here is the result of many years of answering our customers’ queries and helping our clients handle the various cases of data loss.