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so when they ask I don't have to stress my memory trying to remember how to do something on XP  lol

Yeah been there too, it's awful  Grin

Freddy, build your Mum a nice little cube PC for mothers day  Wink
Posted March 24, 2017, 20:39:15 PM Logged

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I was looking at those cube PCs - just not sure how powerful they are, seems a bit of a mine field figuring them out.  scratch-head
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My Win10 folder (upgraded from Win7) is at 29GB.
Posted March 25, 2017, 10:57:35 AM Logged
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Ok, so 120GB was a bit of an overstatement. Anyone remember how big the Windows folder was with win 7? XP? How about Windows 95? Tongue

Does Moore's Law apply to Windows folder size, as well? Cheesy
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I have to build a little PC for someone, when I get the time, laid out this Skylake cube PC with SSD and 8 GIG dual channel RAM. This was only meant as a rough guide.

Total for components = £256

No graphics card, sound card or CD ROM required.

Would need to put a win 10 ISO on a USB flash drive and buy a windows key code on top of this but the components come in at a pretty good price I thought.

Cube case £21

Power supply £14

Mobo  £50

CPU £54

RAM £65

SSD £52
Posted March 27, 2017, 12:22:23 PM
Last Edit: March 27, 2017, 12:45:47 PM by Data
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