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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by luvmybassets, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. luvmybassets

    luvmybassets Thread Starter

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    how do I find out how much gb is on the system? Someone ask about it the other day, but I had a dumbhead attack and couldn't even remember how to find out.:confused:
     
  2. monted

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    what do you mean "gb"?
     
  3. luvmybassets

    luvmybassets Thread Starter

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    this person told me they had 19.0 and someone they knew only had 1.96 I take it to mean gigabytes
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  4. phoneguy55

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    open "my computer" and click once on hard drive....a pie chart should appear with total and currently used amounts
     
  5. luvmybassets

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    ok found it thanks for your help btw the capacity is 5.99 gb
     
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    my four year old Gateway only has a 6 G also....hard to believe the new ones have upwards of 120 G..." dat's alotta data "
     
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