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2. Thanks for the heads up, Shawn. :)
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3. Brink said:
And I thought 10074 is also a leak. :)
Thanks!
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4. @Kari - Do your hash-match magic! Here's mine. If you notice, MS publishes the size of 3.78GB on the site in whole bytes with decimal, NOT conventional way of bytes/1024. Hence, the size confusion. They should have posted it as 3.52GB, not 3.78GB (IMO).

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5. f14tomcat said:
@Kari - Do your hash-match magic! Here's mine. If you notice, MS publishes the size of 3.78GB on the site in whole bytes with decimal, NOT conventional way of bytes/1024. Hence, the size confusion. They should have posted it as 3.52GB, not 3.78GB (IMO).

It also says 3.78GB?

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It also says 3.78GB?

First thing your eye sees when you look at properties is 3.52GB, that can be confusing to some. That's really all I was pointing out. Different ways of expressing the size. To make it even more confusing, the size report in Explorer is different, also. Real bytes versus sector total, etc.
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It also says 3.78GB?
It says 3.78 GB on the web which at least for us old school geeks is wrong.

3,782,055,936 bytes is 3.52 GB, not 3.78 GB:

• 3,782,055,936 / 1,024 = 3,693,414 Kilobytes
• 3,693,414 / 1,024 = 3,607 Megabytes
• 3,607 / 1,024 = 3.52 Gigabytes
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8. It is also on Windows Update.
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9. Kari said:
It says 3.78 GB on the web which at least for us old school geeks is wrong.

3,782,055,936 bytes is 3.52 GB, not 3.78 GB:

• 3,782,055,936 / 1,024 = 3,693,414 Kilobytes
• 3,693,414 / 1,024 = 3,607 Megabytes
• 3,607 / 1,024 = 3.52 Gigabytes
My whole point. Just wanted to point out that space can be expressed differently, and not all, especially newer geeks, may be aware of it.
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10. 1 mb =1024 bytes
1 gb = 1024 MB
1TB = 1024 GB

etc....
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