Chapter 7. Configure storage

Most devices shipped with Windows 10 are supplied with a single physical disk that is configured with one volume that holds the operating system and user data. If the device is a tablet or ultra-book, the hard drive will probably be of the solid-state drive (SSD) or smaller mSATA form factor drive type, which provides very high disk read/write performance and is often sealed in the device to reduce the size. Cloud technologies will continue to improve in terms of both speed and reliability, and more users will store less data on their devices and instead rely on Office 365, Microsoft OneDrive, and other cloud services. During this transition to the cloud, understand how to configure and manage the storage hardware ...

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