Saturday, October 21, 2006

Do you notice the difference?


Just wanted to share this nice detail within Windows Vista Disk Management GUI... Just saw it a few minutes ago and I like it alot!

Do you notice the difference from 2000/XP/2003?

Well, now it doesn't just say "System" anymore (on the System partition/volume), now we have some great detail on the functions each partition/volume has on the computer... This would be "System" (the boot files), "Boot" (the Windows files), "Page Files" (we have the Page File on this partition), "Active" (the partition is used by the BIOS), "Crash Dump" (on system failure we use this drive to store the Kernel memory dump) and "Primary Partition" (the partition type, could be "Extended" etc.)...

Well, maybe I'm crazy - but I really like this detailed info right there in Disk Manager :)