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Subject: Storage | April 3, 2008 - 01:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A healthy hard drive is a happy hard drive, which makes a user happy in return. tk arena would like to help you keep your hard drive healthy, which is why they published this guide. They guide you through all the inbuilt tools in Windows that can help keep your drive happy, along with tricks involving a freezer and a ziplock bag. Make sure that you keep up to date backups though, all hard drives must die at some point.
"We often times forget about the hard drives in our computer. These days, they have become so large that we rarely run
out of space, and they run quieter than ever. But maintaining the health of a hard drive should be of the utmost
concern. Without the hard drive, we lose our documents, photos, videos, settings, programs, and other information. We
need our hard drive to be healthy and free of defects."
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