How big is your drive for windows XP?

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    WindowsXP-User

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    Can you show us how big is your drive that windows XP is installed? (you can type your whole disk size)
    I have 500GB for WinXP and Another 500GB For data. (for a total of 1TB, dont ask me) upload_2020-5-20_22-18-12.png
     
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    Elizabeth23

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    harddrive 74.5

    free space 46.7
     
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    cornemuse

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    This comp: 500 G, 94± used, 371± free. 94 gigs added in almost 5 years. (you dont need a 10 T drive!!)
    Some others have either 80 or 120 G drives, have E: or F: storage drives.
     
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    stvpls

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    mine are, 20 40 80 120
     
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    trimis

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    1TB. Pretty much the size for all hard drives, except the SSD for MX Linux (500GB) as the 1TB SSD was too pricey.
     
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    Disks.jpg 1TB SSD (3 Disk) RAID 5 for programs and operating system.

    2TB SSD (5 Disk) RAID 5 for Data and storage.

    For Back Up 2TB Data Safe RAID 1 SATA alternated with 1TB SCSI RAID 5 (14 Disk Array)

    There are people on the forums who are using Raid 6 and higher though.
     
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