There are times where your external hard drive become corrupted and you need to reformat it. Here is how you retrieve your data after reformatting your disk
If your Xbox One is running out of storage space, you can easily extend it with external storage. Learn how you can use an external hard drive with Xbox One.
Raspberry Pi is built to boot up and run from the SD card. This tutorial shows you the steps to boot up and run Raspberry Pi from an external hard disk.
When it comes to external storage for Android apps, it’s hit or miss. Here’s how you can take more control over where you store the files for your apps.
If you have an external hard disk that needs to be split into different partitions, here is how you can easily partition an external hard disk in Windows 10.
Installing and moving apps to another drive on Windows 10 is helpful if you have low disk space or are using a low capacity hard drive. Here’s how to install modern apps on an external drive.
Formatting a drive on your Mac is quite easy, though it isn’t as evident and obvious as it is on a PC. You can format an external drive in OS X using Disk Utility and Terminal. Here’s how to do so.
Sometime, there are issues that prevent connected hard drives from showing in the Finder sidebar. Here are two ways to fix the problem.
iPhone doesn’t not have feature to connect as a USB drive, but the solutions here can let you use your iOS device as a virtual USB/external hard drive.
If your external hard drive is not working in Mac, or you need it in a Mac-specific format, here is how you can set up external drive for use with Mac.
If you are using multiple OSes and wish to transfer files from one computer to another via an external hard disk, you will want to format the hard disk to exFAT format since it is widely supported by most OS and doesn’t come with the 4GB per file restriction. Here is how you can format it to exFAT filesystem in Ubuntu.
If you’re wondering what to do with an old computer, check out these fourteen ways to make good use of your old coomputer before you throw it away.
Few things are more devastating to a media fan than having something happen to their iTunes library. After all, iTunes is the home to all of your music, your TV shows and your movies. Losing all of that data in (an admittedly rare) system crash, or when your external hard drive is inadvertently melted by […]
For those who own an iPhone/iPod Touch and at the same time is an Ubuntu (or Linux) users, here’s is a good news. You can now easily mount your iPhone in your Ubuntu without having to jailbreak your phone. In the past, the dirty but effective way to access the iPhone from your Linux system […]
If you’re like me, you’ve probably expanded the storage on your computer by adding an external hard drive or two. I’m not talking about one of those USB thumb drives. I’m referring to the USB connected 80GB+ drives that often require a separate power source. In my system I store backups and archived data to […]