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Analyze Disk Space in Windows Using SpaceSniffer

Posted by Sudesh On June - 20 - 2012Comments Off

Sometimes, when you start copying files to your hard disk, Windows throws up an error that hard disk space is low. This makes you wonder where all that hard space went and how it is being used. You cannot go through from one folder to another trying to find out which folder uses more hard disk space because there are thousands of folders in Windows.  You can use SpaceSniffer freeware application to analyze your hard disk space in a few seconds.

SpaceSniffer is a portable Windows application that allows you to analyze how folders and files are structured on your disks and how much hard disk space is being claimed by each one of them. When you first run it in your PC,  it asks you for picking a disk drive or specify folder path. Then it would analyze the selected item for the file and folder structure – dynamically updating the graphical display of how these folders are taking up space on your hard disk. The bigger the rectangle – the larger the file or folder size.

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Access Your Account and Files without Your Windows Password [How To]

Posted by Rich On June - 19 - 2012Comments Off

2 Access Your Account and Files without Your Windows Password [How To]If you’ve lost your Windows password, you don’t have to lose access to your files or account; you have three options to get your data back:

  • Access your files without your password
  • Reset your Windows account password
  • Crack your Windows account password to access encrypted files

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078 Access Your Documents, Files without Your Windows Password [How To]If you have a Windows PC that you can’t log in to but you need access to the files, the easiest way is to get to them through a live distribution of Linux. While that might sound a little daunting, this guide will walk you through the process and show you just how easy it can be.

Create a Bootable Linux Disc

1. Download the latest version of Ubuntu Desktop

2. Burn the Ubuntu ISO to a disc (how to burn an ISO to disc)

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214 Burn an ISO to a CD or DVD [How To] [Updated]

An ISO image is an archive file of an optical disc, which contains all of the contents of the optical disc it represents. ISO files are useful because you can archive a bootable disc (see examples below) and distribute it to users to burn and use locally.

Examples of useful ISOs:

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Crack Windows Password [How To] [Updated]

Posted by Rich On June - 19 - 2012111 COMMENTS

132 Crack Windows Password [How To] [Updated]Have you ever forgotten your Windows password? Ever had a friend ask you if you know how to retrieve their password? Ever needed a password for other reasons? In this guide you’ll learn how to retrieve your Windows password using a tool named ophcrack.

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Reset Windows Password [How To] [Updated]

Posted by Rich On June - 19 - 201223 COMMENTS

153 Reset Windows Password [How To] [Updated]If you want access to your Windows account (and not just access to your files), you can reset your password quite easily. Learn, in this guide, how to burn a password reset disc and how to boot from it and reset your Windows account password.

Warning: Do not reset your password if you’ve used Windows to encrypt your files. Instead, attempt to crack your Windows password to regain access to these files.
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