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¿why Toast Limit The Recording To 4,36Gb?


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A 4.7 GB disc is actually 4.38 GB in size. It has to do with how bits and bytes are added up to gigabytes. The marketers of discs think there is are 1,000 kilobytes to a megabyte when there are actually 1024. You'll see the same thing in how the sizes of hard drives are marketed.

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A 4.7 GB disc is actually 4.38 GB in size. It has to do with how bits and bytes are added up to gigabytes. The marketers of discs think there is are 1,000 kilobytes to a megabyte when there are actually 1024. You'll see the same thing in how the sizes of hard drives are marketed.

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Never imagined that also happened with the dvd's :ph34r:

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