Acid_1 wrote:Some people, (like me) have no time/want/care/money to upgrade. I am perfectly fine with my 60Gb hdd. The solution does not have to be, "go buy a new drive". That's not very helpful. I personally just don't want to deal with the hassle of installing a new drive. Notebooks are a pita when trying to do anything to them.
With all due respect, I would suggest you open your mind and broaden your horizons a bit. In New London, CT, USA, $70.00 US may not seem to be a lot of money, but in many parts of the world $70.00 US is a months, or more, pay. That is assuming that drive can even be bought for that sum there. The thread starter didn't say where he was so I would have to assume he had good reason for not simply going out and purchasing a larger drive.
Acid_1's answer to the question was the one the thread starter was looking for. You suggestion may be a better alternative for some but was not what the thread starter was looking for.
Just another view point.
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