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Disk management is the same in all editions of Windows Vista.
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The principal disk-management tool in Windows Vista and the subject of most of this chapter is the Disk Management console. For those who need to incorporate diskmanagement tasks in scripts (as well as for those who simply prefer carrying out administrative tasks at the command prompt), Windows also provides a powerful command-prompt program called Diskpart. Everything that you can do with Disk Management you can also do using Diskpart; you just have to work harder (in our opinion) and more carefully. If you ve worked with the disk-management tools in Windows XP or Windows 2000, you ll find significant improvements in Windows Vista. Most notably, you can now shrink partitions as well as expand them from within the console. If you have a writeable CD or DVD drive, you ll also appreciate Windows Vista s support for the Universal Disk Format (UDF). With UDF, you can write folders and files to CDs and DVDs as easily (if not as quickly) as you can write them to a hard disk. And if, like many others, you rely on portable computers or external hard disks (USB or IEEE 1394 drives) you will be pleased to know that Windows now supports dynamic disks as well as basic disks on those devices.
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To run Disk Management, do any of the following:
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At a command prompt, type diskmgmt.msc. Right-click Computer and choose Manage. The Computer Management console appears. In the console tree (the left pane), select Disk Management. In Control Panel, choose System and Maintenance. Then, under the heading Administrative Tools, choose Create And Format Hard Disk Partitions.
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Whatever route you take, you ll pass a UAC prompt along the way. Managing disks requires an administrative token. Figure 28-1 illustrates the Disk Management console.
Figure 28-1 Use the Disk Management console to gather information about and manage hard disks and removable disks.
As you can see, Disk Management provides a wealth of information about physical disks and the volumes, partitions, and logical drives in place on those disks. You can use this utility to perform the following disk-related tasks:
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Check the size, file system, status, and other properties of disks and volumes Create, format, and delete partitions, logical drives, and dynamic volumes Assign drive letters to hard disk volumes, removable disk drives, and optical drives Create mounted drives Convert basic disks to dynamic disks, and vice versa Create spanned and striped volumes Extend or shrink partitions
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The Disk Management display is in two panes, with a movable horizontal divider between them. In its default arrangement, the upper pane lists each volume on your system and provides information about the volume s type, status, capacity, available free space, and so on. You can carry out commands on a volume by right-clicking in the first column of this pane (the column labeled Volume) and choosing from the shortcut menu. The lower pane provides a graphical display, in which each row is devoted to one physical storage device. In the headings at the left of each row you see the name by which the device is known to the operating system (Disk 0, Disk 1, and so on), along with the device s type, size, and online status. To the right of these headings are rectangles representing the volumes of each device. Note that, although the rectangles are of varying sizes, they are by no means drawn to scale! (In Figure 28-1, for example, the 149 GB drive K appears to be nearly four times as large as the 153 GB drive G.) To assess the size of a volume, read the numbers and note the units! Right-clicking a heading at the left in the lower pane provides a menu of commands pertinent to an entire storage device. Right-clicking a volume rectangle provides a menu of actions that can be applied to that volume.
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