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Old 09. Sep 2013, 06:30 AM   #18 (permalink)
rhiannon
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And nowadays, data is really becoming unmanageable. As the capacity of the hard drive increases, so does our data. There are photos, movies, videos, songs, documents, software... all wanting a load of space.

It never gets easy, does it
There always seems to be a few bumps in the technology world, that's for sure.
Prices have been going up. Luckily I haven't had to purchase any new drives for quite a while.
My internal drive gets a workout, the other two not so much. I don't have them on unless I'm using them. I use them for backup.

There have been a lot of wilderness fires where I live. None have come close thank goodness, but I have a box full of items that can't easily be replaced ready to go just in case, but as far as technology goes, I can just pop the SATA drive out of the dock and go if there's no time to grab anything else.
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