When you delete a file from the recycle bin in Windows, rather than deleting the actual file, the space the file is occupying is simply marked as free so that another file can come and use those blocks on your hard drive. One way of making sure that your data is not recoverable is to simply overwrite all the free space with random data.(more…)
How do I set grub so that in my dualboot with Windows and Ubuntu Linux.
The two ways are:
- Boot which ever operating system you booted last time, the “saved method”
This is the one I use. It lets me decide which one I going to use and will allow me to reboot into that system, handy when I’m updating.
- Boot a specific operating system by default.
The answer to your exact question.
Many programs in Windows add themselves to system startup when you install them, allowing them to automatically start up when you boot your computer. You can also have other programs automatically start and files and folders automatically open when Windows starts.
This should work in Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, or even Vista. (more…)
Download the Windows Deployment sample answer files. In Notepad, open the file for your PC type, for example, Autounattend_x64_UEFI.xml. This file contains all of the settings that are needed to automate the installation process.
If you’re creating PCs for consumers, add your technical support info to the OEMInformation section, including your company name (Manufacturer) and website (SupportURL). For info, see the Licensing and Policy guidance on the OEM Partner Center. (more…)