Storage Space For A Song

When your hard drive can't take another byte, it doesn't cost much to make room

In computers, closets, and kitchens, the rule is the same: You can never have too much storage space. When I bought my home computer a couple of years ago, I thought I'd never fill what seemed like a massive 2.5-gigabyte hard drive. Boy, was I wrong. Between programs, audio and video files, and I don't know what else, I have completely crammed it.

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