Open a virtual DVD with a virtual drive
MUCH NEW LAPTOPS DOES NOT HAVE A DVD STATION MORE. YET YOU STILL CAN OPEN DVDs, EVEN IF IT COST YOU SOME TIME AND EFFORT.
The DVD is gradually out of date. Video and data files stay almost exclusively as digital files on hard drives. Annoying for those who have a large DVD collection. Converting all the discs to a video format is of course an option when it comes to movies, but older software and games were previously on a disc. Fortunately, a DVD, or any other disc, can also live virtual. To access these virtual disks, you need a virtual disk drive. I'll explain how to make and use one. At the back of this workshop you will find a box showing how to turn your own DVD or CD into a virtual variant.
Hide files on your computer
SUPPOSE: YOU ARE PLANNING A SURPRISE PARTY FOR YOUR DEAREST. YOU MAKEÂ LISTS WITH GUESTS, MAYBE MAKE A SENTIMENTAL MOVIE, COLLECT PHOTOS FOR A COLLAGE AND EXCHANGE IDEAS WITH FRIENDS. AND TO MAKE SURE THAT THE PARTY STAYS A SURPRISE, NATURALLY YOU MAKE SURE YOUR PARTNER DOES NOT FIND YOUR PLANS. HOW DO YOU HIDEÂ YOUR FILES THE BEST?