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From the <guilabel>Filesystem</guilabel> drop-down list choose the desired type of filesystem to use and click <guibutton>Add</guibutton>.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:291(para)
The operation of formatting a hard disk or partition is when a specific data-storage format is applied to that device; this format is the <quote>filesystem</quote>.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:368(para)
When you buy a disk it is usually not formatted, and cannot yet be used for storing data. When you format the device, you will notice that the free space on it is less than the original size. This is due to the fact that some space has to be used to make the device usable; this space is occupied by the filesystem. Also, disk manufacturers often use a different standard to measure disk capacity, which results in a further discrepancy.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:373(para)
A filesystem is a particular way of storing and organizing files on a storage device such as a hard disk, and is an important part of an operating system. Without a filesystem, accessing and storing files would be difficult.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:386(para)
ext2, ext3, and ext4: these are usually found on GNU/Linux operating systems. Ubuntu uses <emphasis>ext4</emphasis> as its default filesystem.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:396(para)
When you connect a removable storage device to your computer, it must be <emphasis>mounted</emphasis> by the operating system so that you are able to access the files on the device.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:460(para)
To find out how to mount and unmount storage devices, see <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:user-guide#gosnautilus-460">Using Removable Media</ulink>
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When you copy files to a storage device, they are not always written to the device immediately. Instead, they are often stored in a queue so that they can all be transferred across to the device at the same time (for reasons of efficiency). If you disconnect the device before all of the files have been transferred, then you could lose the files. To prevent this, you must always <emphasis>unmount</emphasis> a storage device before disconnecting it.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:467(para)
You may wish to change the power management settings of your laptop in order to help extend its battery life and reduce energy wastage.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:481(para)
Change the <guilabel>Screensaver theme</guilabel> to <guilabel>Blank screen</guilabel>. This will simply display a blank screen as a screensaver.
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Located in hardware/C/hardware.xml:497(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Bjørn Ove Wærås, Bjørn Petter Kysnes, Daniel Høyer Iversen, Hans Joachim Desserud, Håvard Berland, Kai Arne, Kent Vegard Evjen, Kjetil Birkeland Moe, Mathias Bynke, Morten Mytting Wang, efikkan.