Check If My Processor is x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit)

  • Under Instructions from CPU tab, if you see EM64T (if its Intel) or AMD64 (if its AMD) then your processor is 64-bit capable.

Check If My Processor is x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit)

  • Go to Start -> Type regedit
  • Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DESCRIPTION\System\CentralProcessor
  • From ProcessorNameString you will be able to see the name of your processor and fromIdentifier you will see the family of the processor and if it has 64 then it is 64-bit capable.

Adding the File Services Role in Windows Server 2008 R2


  • Log on to the Windows Server 2008 R2 system with an account with administrator privileges.
  • Navigate to the Server Manager, by Clicking on the Start > All Programs > Administrative Tools > Server Manager.
  • In the tree pane, click on the Roles node.
  • In the tasks pane, click on the Add Roles link.
  • On the Select Server Roles page, check the File Services check box, and click Next to continue.
  • Click Next to continue with the installation
  • The Role Services page enables administrators to select which File Services role services will be installed on the system. The File Server service is selected by default. In addition to this service, also check Windows Search Service to set up indexing of the file system for faster searches and also check the File Server Resource Manager to enable quota.
  • Because the File Server Resource Manager was selected, The next page will be “Configure Storage Usage Monitoring” page. Check the box next to each drive letter that will have storage reporting enabled and when completed.
  • On the Set Report Options page, Select the Location where you want to store the Report Files, and click Next to continue.
  • Because the Windows Search Service was selected, the next page will be the Select Volumes to Index for Windows Search Service. Check the volumes that will contain user data that should be indexed, and click Next to continue.
  • Click Install
  • Click Close to complete the installation.

Change Hard Drive Icons, Windows 7 & Vista

First You have to Make a Folder and Collect All the Icons need to Update the Computer, Note; All icons should be 256×256 in size w/ .ico extension.

  • Open the Registry Editor, by Click Start > Run and type “Regedit” then press Enter.
  • Navigate to; HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes
  • Expand “Classes” and scroll down to “Applications” (if that key does not exist, create it by right clicking on “Classes“, then “New“, then “Key“, name it, then hit Enter)
  • Under “Applications” expand “Explorer.exe“, then “Drives” (if neither of those sub-keys exist, create “Explorer.exe” by right clicking “Applications“, then “New“, then “Key“, name it, then hit Enter, create “Drives” by right clicking “Explorer.exe“, then “New“, then “Key“, name it, then hit Enter)
  • Now, under “Drives” create new keys for each drive using the drive letter as the name, then under each drive, create a new sub-key and name it “DefaultIcon

When finished it should look something like this;

  • Now, to change the icons; Click on “DefaultIcon” and in the right pane, right click on (Default), then click on “Modify“, then in the “Value Data” box, enter the location of your hard drive icons,  ie: D:/HDDIcons/drv.ico
  • Do this for each drive icon you wish to change and that’s it, your done.

Change the icon on any Drive on your Computer

You can change your System Drive, Portable Drive Icons with the Free Tool called “Drive Icon Changer”, You have to Download the Application from the Like Below and Then Run the program as the Administrator, by Right Click the Program Icon and then select the “Run as administrator” Option. Then you have to browse the icon and select the Drice you want to apply the Icon and Click on the Save Button. and It’s Done !

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