Use the Disk Management snap-in to view the disks and partitions installed in your system.
If you have an empty disk drive available, create a basic disk partition (primary or extended) and format it with a filesystem.
Upgrade an existing basic disk with two or more partitions to a dynamic disk.
If you have two drives available, try creating a spanned volume, deleting it, and creating a striped volume.
Use the Disk Defragmenter snap-in to analyze and defragment an NTFS or FAT volume.
Set up disk quotas for all users. Log on as a non-Administrator user and save files until you reach the quota. As the Administrator, view the quota entries and note the user’s status.
Encrypt a folder and verify that it can still be accessed. Decrypt it by disabling the Encryption option.
Use NTBACKUP to back up and restore files. Because backups can be made to a disk folder, you can use a folder on the same disk if you do not have a separate disk or tape drive.