what is the difference between data memory an

December 8, 2010 at 18:57:57
Specs: Windows Vista, T2250/1GB DDR2
I have an acer aspire 5610 that claimes to have 120GB HDD. it has a Data memory (d:) drive and an acer memory (c:) drive. both are 500GB. The c: memory is almost full (music files) but the data (d:) memory is empty. What's is used for?

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December 9, 2010 at 08:54:16
You can use drive D: for anything you want to. It is not memory, it is disk space.

Just think of it a a lot of boxes that you can fill with anything you want. When one box gets full you can start using another or move stuff from one box to another. There are very few things that absolutely must go on drive C: That is just the default which you can choose to accept or reject.


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