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Families Of Alabama Inmates Mobile , Al Is in need of a place to hold our meeting and covered dish night once a month. We are open to anyone whom has a loved one or friend incarcerated or that has a passion for helping. If you can help with a place for our support group please contact Ms. Scott at whitewolfraven3@gmail.com Thank you in advance. God Bless.

Prison Ministry Conference 2015

This is a practical conference for those involved in Prison and Post-Release Ministries. Attendees will not only worship together, but also hear national speakers who have real world experience making change happen while gaining useful tools to make a positive spiritual difference in the lives of the imprisoned and their families. Hosted by the Episcopal Diocese of Florida this Conference will take place March 4-6, 2015 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Fernandina Beach, FL. For more info please visit www.diocesefl.org. Registration open until 2/26.

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If you have a Windows 7 PC but aren’t sure you’re ready to upgrade to Windows 8 yet, a dual-boot system might be a good way to ease into it. This will let you use both operating systems, side-by-side, until you’re comfortable enough with Windows 8 to go all in. To configure your PC for dual-boot, all you have to do is create a new partition for Windows 8, then install it. Caution: Before you begin, make sure to back up your system. This is a simple procedure, but there’s always a risk of data loss whenever you modify disk partitions. If you have Norton Ghost or Acronis True Image handy, cloning your drive/partition is probably the best way to recover from any problems you might run into. Create new partition in Windows 7 Step 1: In Windows 7, hit the shortcut Win+R, then type “diskmgmt.msc” to start Disk Management. Step 2: To make room for Windows 8, you first need to shrink the C: volume. In Disk Management, right-click on your hard drive and select Shrink Volume, then choose how much space to shrink.

Shrink Windows 7 volume(Credit: Screenshot by Ed Rhee/CNET)

Step 3: Once the shrink task has completed, right-click on the unallocated partition, then select New Simple Volume. Go through the New Simple Volume Wizard and make sure to format the new partition in NTFS and give it a volume label, like “Windows 8.”

Format new simple volume(Credit: Screenshot by Ed Rhee/CNET)

Install Windows 8 Step 1: Insert a bootable Windows 8 DVD or USB flash drive into your PC, then reboot it to begin Windows 8 installation. Step 2: When prompted to choose the type of installation, choose Custom.

Windows 8 custom install(Credit: Screenshot by Ed Rhee/CNET)

Step 3: For the location of your Windows 8 install, select the new partition you created.

Install Windows 8 to new partition(Credit: Screenshot by Ed Rhee/CNET)

Once Windows 8 finishes installing, the boot menu will appear with both Windows 8 and Windows 7. By default, Windows 8 will start automatically after 30 seconds, but you can set Windows 7 as the default by clicking on “Change defaults or choose other options” from the boot menu.

Windows 8 dual-boot menu(Credit: Screenshot by Ed Rhee/CNET)

Update, 4:30 p.m., PT: Added a warning about the risk of data loss.