The debate over splitting your data and programs into separate partitions for easier backups goes far back into hard-drive antiquity.
It was never as simple as one might have hoped in Windows XP, and based on comments in a lengthy Lounge thread, it’s no easier in Win7.
In his post titled “Moving user folders off C: drive,” Lounge member Dick-Y asked for help in his quest to cleanly separate his data from Windows 7 and its applications. That initiated a spirited debate over how to do it — and whether he even should. More»
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The following links are this week’s most-interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions that you may be able to provide responses to:
☼ starred posts — particularly useful
If you’re not already a Lounge member, use the quick registration form to sign up for free. The ability to post comments and take advantage of other Lounge features is available only to registered members.
If you’re already registered, you can jump right in to today’s discussions in the Lounge.
The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Tracey Capen is technical editor of WindowsSecrets.com.