Re: Disk Capacity display
The 80 Gigabytes is it's UNFORMATTED CAPACITY. When the hard drive is formatted for use in Windows (Or any other operating system) it loses some of its capacity. So if they say you are getting an 80GB drive, you really are only getting your 67 GB of storage.
Also, 72,020,516,864 Bytes is equal to 67 Gigabytes. Unlike what many people think, there are 1024 Bytes in a Kilobyte, 1024 Kilobytes in a Megabyte, and so on. Most people think that it's only 1,000, but that little bit does make a difference. So for example your drive, with 72,020,516,864 Bytes, when you divide that by 1024 3 times (To go from Bytes - Kilobytes - Megabytes - Gigabytes) ends up being 67.0743332 Gigabytes.
If you are confused, post back and I'll try to explain with further detail.
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