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Comment: Re:Less demand (Score 1) 269

by 8ball629 (#42797035) Attached to: Hard Drive Revenue About To Take a Double-Digit Dip
No. Ever since that disaster (2 years ago?), prices decreased but they never returned to normal. It just seems like manufacturers never let the prices return to their normal rates after being forced to hike them up due to the floods. It's almost like they were given a second chance at re-pricing their goods after knowing what consumers were willing to pay.

Comment: Re:optical disks still cost less then usb keys in (Score 1) 269

by 8ball629 (#42791319) Attached to: Hard Drive Revenue About To Take a Double-Digit Dip
As fatalexe said:

I switched to using USB drives to install the OS of a computer a long time ago. You can even keep them up to date with OS patches unlike burnt disks. Usually installs faster too.

I recently used a USB drive as a boot-only type device to pull up the install screen, then installed all of the ports and packages over my network.

Real Users never know what they want, but they always know when your program doesn't deliver it.

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