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By neverwinter, Senior Member on 22nd April 2012, 05:13 AM
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...freeing up space on your HDD from 1995. We are juggling with megabytes, not gigabytes... has anyone ever noticed that?
 
 
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That's because phones are very different from desktop computers...
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The phone could do with more internal storage...

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Well, I mean that some of us might feel that we don't have much space when we are only given less than 512MB of memory... if we were given 4GB of RAM, then most of us who do have problems would not...
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It should at least have 1 GB of storage *for the user*

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Still... those 1995 hard drive are still gonna work in 50years

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Still... those 1995 hard drive are still gonna work in 50years

Quantum fireball 9gig is still powering my ftp server

I have a really old PowerMac 7300/200 with a 2 GB HDD that still works :P I use it to play domino!

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If you had 4gb of ram all the running services woukd kill ure batter in 5 minutes 1 gig of ram would be sufficient with a few gigs of internal storage

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OK... internal storage... I made a mistake...
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Quote:
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Still... those 1995 hard drive are still gonna work in 50years

Quantum fireball 9gig is still powering my ftp server

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I have a really old PowerMac 7300/200 with a 2 GB HDD that still works :P I use it to play domino!

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In working for years with computers I have to say hard drives are very volatile. If I got more than 5 years or so out of a consumer hard drive up until the past few years I considered it good. Its the only part of your computer (besides fans) that has consistently moving parts.

But its true I do feel like its 1995 again with all this juggling of free space. Its pretty annoying actually
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Well, I mean that some of us might feel that we don't have much space when we are only given less than 512MB of memory... if we were given 4GB of RAM, then most of us who do have problems would not...

Why would we need 4GB? We wont fill up 512MB

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