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       #11

    You mention this 0.2 GB discrepancy:
    Word Man said:
    Yet, Mint shows a total of 72.1 +18.4 = 90.5 GB as opposed to 90.7 GB per Windows. Not quite a 1.024 cubed difference.
    In my book 0.2 GB = who cares?
    2 GB = who cares?
    20 GB = who cares?

    If the discrepancy were in the hundreds of GB, then I would care.
    If not, who cares? I (we all) have bigger problems in life. :)
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       #12

    margrave55 said:
    You mention this 0.2 GB discrepancy:In my book 0.2 GB = who cares?
    2 GB = who cares?
    20 GB = who cares?

    If the discrepancy were in the hundreds of GB, then I would care.
    If not, who cares? I (we all) have bigger problems in life. :)
    Who cares if you care. If OP does, then it matters. I was contributing to a question that OP used to care about.

    There's no good reason for your comment, especially since you don't comprehend my comment's relevance, seem to want to grab it out of context and trash it, and that at the end of a solved thread.
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       #13

    margrave55 said:
    You mention this 0.2 GB discrepancy:In my book 0.2 GB = who cares?
    2 GB = who cares?
    20 GB = who cares?
    Anybody with very small disk, tablets are worst and so are small netbooks.
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