It happened to me today: I created a Virtualbox (free) Virtual Machine (VM) to run some tests (moving an old PC to a VM), and I have underestimated the disk size that I really needed: with 15GB, the OS (Windows 7) didn’t even have enough space to update itself. No biggie, I can re-size the disk in a click right? Not really.
(Unlike VMWare) There is no graphical user interface to change that particular setting. But fret not, here’s how to do it quickly with the command line for both Windows and Mac. First, make a backup copy of your VM! Read full post →How To Resize A VirtualBox Disk (Window and Mac)
For every function or data type, there is sometimes more than one app that let you open and use it. However, the experience with each app is different, which is why users often want to select/change which app handles a specific data type such as photos, PDF files, MS Office document etc…
For example, there might be more than one music player installed on your device so before opening an audio file, you will have to choose the player which you like the most. The same goes for images, videos and links, etc. you will have to choose a specific app for each function. Here are easy steps to get it done on Android. Read full post →How To: Android Default App Change