How much space should I leave for my Windows 7 partition? Suite, SQL server 2008, MS Office and other tools (like FinalBuilder, RegexBuddy, Beyond Compare). How big should my windows 7 (beta currently) partition be? Will 100GB be enough? How do you resize the partition on a mac? Resizing would be perfect if possible. But if you’re looking to play PC games or use Windows 10 as your main OS, you’re going to want to ramp up the available space in the partition. Once you make your decision, click Install.

This post will cover getting started setting up a VSTS Team Project and getting the code into it. Subsequent posts will cover setting up Continuous Integration Builds, UI Testing, Deployments and Monitoring. These are written from the perspective of a developer getting started rather than an ALM/DevOps professional so some things may not be optimal - I'll try to update the posts with any feedback showing a better way. One thing I have noticed is that the VSTS/Xamarin/HockeyApp tooling is changing at a very fast pace and care is needed to consider the dates of information found on the Internet since a lot of it is out of date. Visual studio for mac connect to visual studio version control.

How can I make external hard drive compatible with Mac and Windows? “I have two computers, one running Mac operating system, another running Windows. I want to copy and transfer files between the two computers using my portable external Western Digital hard drive that is originally formatted with NTFS. I have realized that NTFS drive is fully supported on Windows computer, but read only on Mac computer. That is to say, my external hard drive is unable to work well both in Mac and Windows computer. Is there anyone can tell me how to make my hard drive compatible with Mac and Windows? Thanks a lot!” Two file systems compatible with Mac and Windows NTFS is the default file system for Windows operating system and HFS for Mac operating system.

If you want to make your drive compatible with Mac and Windows, you need to format it with a common file system for Mac and Windows. FAT32 and exFAT can be compatible with Mac and Windows and you can choose one after realizing their respective merits and defects based on your demands: FAT32 takes advantages in compatibility. It is compatible with various devices like DVD player, game console etc. Apart from Mac and Windows, it can support Linux and Android. However, it is with significant defects: Single file size is up to 4GB and partition capacity is not beyond 2TB. ExFAT supports partition larger than 2TB and single file over 4GB. But it is also with defect: Compared with FAT32, the entire file system of exFAT is easier to be corrupted.

Format a drive for Mac and Windows From all above, you can have a general idea of FAT32 and exFAT file system. It is time to learn how to format your external hard drive or other external drives to a common file system for Mac and Windows.

Format drive to exFAT via Diskpart In general, Windows built-in tools Disk Management and Diskpart can format drive to exFAT easily. However, in Disk Management, you’ll find that when you right click the partition that you need to format and choose “Format Partition”, if the partition is on an internal or external hard drive. Then, let’s see how to format drive with exFAT using Diskpart utility. PS.: Formatting will delete all data on the partition. It is advised to backup important data on the partition before formatting. Connect your drive to working computer running Windows and make sure that it will be detected by operating system. Open Run box by pressing “Windows” + “R” simultaneously and hitting “Enter”.

In the box, input “diskpart” and hit “Enter”. In the Diskpart windows, type the command lines below and each command shall be followed by hitting “Enter” key: • list disk • select disk n (“n” is the disk number) • list partition • select partition m (“m” is the partition number that’ll be formatting) • format fs: exfat When you see Diskpart successfully formatted the volume, type “exit” and press “Enter Format drive via free partition formatting tool is great partition formatting freeware, which offers you more file systems to choose during formatting. It allows you to format partition to exFAT, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2 and Ext3 and Ext4 on external hard drive, internal hard drive, USB flash drive and SD card. It can work with Windows 10/8/8.1/7, XP and Vista. To format external drive to file system compatible with Mac and PC, connect the drive to your computer and follow the detailed steps given below (Take formatting hard drive to exFAT in Windows 7 for example): Step 1. AOMEI Partition Assistant.

Install and run it. In the main interface, right click the partition on that need formatting and choose “Format Partition”. Step 2. In this pop-up window, choose exFAT among listed file systems and click “ OK”. PS.: In this window, it is available to specify Partition label to the partition.

Step 3. Here you’ll go back to the main interface. Confirm formatting operation and click “ Apply” > “ Proceed” to perform this operation. Notices: • For partition larger than 32GB, AOMEI Partition is able to format it to FAT32 file system quickly and easily. • If there is no partition on your disk, you can create exFAT or FAT32 file system partition using “Create Partition” function.