This chapter continued your look at the Windows 98 file system by showing you a few techniques for working with disks. You learned how to format a floppy disk, copy a disk, and view disk properties. I also showed you how to wield Windows 98 disk compression and how to use FDISK to partition a disk. Here are a few chapters that contain related information:
I discuss various techniques for optimizing disk access—including converting FAT16 partitions to FAT32—in Chapter 9, “Performance Tuning: Optimizing Memory and Disk Access.”
I showed you how to work with file and folders in Chapter 14, “File and Folder Tricks and Techniques.”
To learn how to use Windows 98's new Backup program, see Chapter 16, “Working with a Net: The Windows 98 Backup ...