Steps to Create Factory Default Dedicated Recovery Partition in Windows

So it all started when I decided to upgrade my Windows 8 laptop to Windows 10. The installation failed and what I was left with was a laptop that had no OS, since Win 8 was removed and Win 10 wasn’t installed.

I decided to do a clean installation of Windows 10 now, but for that I had to delete and format my hard disk which means losing my factory default Windows recovery partition. Well, whatever be the case, using the below freeware you can also create your own dedicated Recovery Partition in Windows 7, 8 or 10 (both 32 and 64 bits).

The software is called as AOMEI OneKey Recovery. Although it is more of a paid software but it also comes in a free version with limited features but enough for us to create a recovery partition. Do note here that by recovery partition I mean, a dedicated drive on your hard disk that can come useful in case of system crash or issues (I don’t mean any bootable CD or USB recovery drive). Continue reading “Steps to Create Factory Default Dedicated Recovery Partition in Windows”

Are you Windows 10 Ready?

It’s about time that your most awaited Windows OS will be launched. After Windows 8.1, and skipping Windows 9 in between, next major release of Windows known as Windows 10 is going to be released tomorrow and interestingly for users running their computers on Windows 8.1, Microsoft is offering a free upgrade.

That’s correct, you heard it right. Free upgrade to all the Windows 8.1 users (of course, who want to) and please note that it is not a trial version. The upgrade is a full home version of the Windows 10, which is scheduled to go live on July 29, 2015. So for all those who registered for their free upgrade, the download will start automatically in the background whenever it is available for you. Continue reading “Are you Windows 10 Ready?”