Windows 10 says "Hello World" starting on 29th July, 2015. It is in the buzz since few months now and topping the charts everywhere on the release day and since then. I am sure most of you are now using brand new OS release from Microsoft - Windows 10. Reading this post on Microsoft Edge, newest browser that comes with Windows 10 release. All of us who decided to upgrade are excited about the new and better start menu, no more full screen store apps and redesigned control panel. Not to forget explorer and command prompt. Once you are on Windows 10 and decide to stay with it and not roll-back, one thing I recommend you should is claim your free space back. While you were upgrading or did a manual upgrade to Windows 10, the upgrade process should have created few hidden folders in your System drive (volume where » Read more

 Jsinh        

I recently upgraded to Windows 8.1 from my Windows 8 version I have been using since it was released. The upgrade from store worked pretty well. I was worried about the software, files and profile settings during this transition, but all worked well at the end. All my installed software works fine, no files seems missing and profiles settings are the same. So I am happy to upgrade from Win 8 to Win 8.1. I am using Samsung SSD 840 PRO (MZ-7PD256BW) on my desktop and you know SSD are costly and will have less disk space then your normal HD offers. This means I am very skeptical about each file I have in my system drive. After upgrade I found huge increase in disk space usage. I tried to find out who was eating my disk space and I found two new folder in system drive. $Windows. » Read more

 Jsinh