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Old 21 October 2019, 15:29   #21
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Originally Posted by patrik View Post
Btw, a harddrive which is 18GB is 18*1000*1000*1000 Bytes, while computers, especially with an older OS generally considers a GB to be 1024*1024*1024, so 17GB sounds correct. Marketing vs computer people.

No matter what size or type hdd the system always takes some way.


Exsmple 8TB hdd formated in windows will give you 7.27 GB


Exsmple 2TB hdd formated in windows will give you 1.99 GB


Example M.2 SSD 500GB formated in windows will give you 465 GB


Also like Tee.Vee's And Monitors a 17" Monitor ain 17" its slightly less.



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