Ed's main computer just had an upgrade.
A few documentary photos and comments are shown at:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/edhiker/sets/72157623576482270 ... The
recent work shows in the last 55 photos of the album.
The highly flexible custom computer was built in Feb 2010. Before
boot-up, any one of four operating system/data configurations can be
chosen by toggle switch. During the last few days, a solid-state "drive
C" was added, RAM was doubled producing quite a boost in performance.
Processor runs at 3.2 GHz.
As of 11/11/16, they're four installations of Windows 10. The one on a 120GB SSD got today's attention. That drive, during formatting somehow wound up with 15GB unallocated space. Used EaseUS - Manage your partitions http://www.partition-tool.com/ Quickly resize, move, merge and split partitions without data loss to make better use of hard drive capacity.
- WORKED Perfectly - Recovered 14.57 GB of lost space (unseen, unallocated ) on the SSD.
Now, used space is 18.8GB, Free space is 92.2GB.
Next move is to transfer some applications to SSD