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How often do you switch HD?

How often do you switch a HD in your PC with a brand new one?   15 members have voted

  1. 1. How often do you switch a HD in your PC with a brand new one?

    • Every year or less
      4
    • Every 2 years
      1
    • Every 3 to 5 years
      4
    • More than 5 years
      2
    • Never
      3

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HD sizes doubles every year and munufacturers says it only lasts for 5 years.

What do you think about?

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If you only have 1 PC, and just change it's drive, than I guess it's easy to answer to that poll... I buy new HDs a few times per year and I rotate the old ones. Like, a 200GB would replace a 120GB, which in turn will replace a 80, in turn replacing a 60 that I will finally get rid of... (or keep for other purposes, depending on size/age/needs) You get the idea. It's cheaper to upgrade all your PCs like that, and it's nice to have an extra few GB on all of them.

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I've never actually replaced an HD on a new PC, but I just got an external HD once. I don't take up too much space lol.

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i dont change my hds because i would have to reinstall windows and everything...which im not in the mood to do, and got to backup all the music and crap :no: . im just gonna get a new hd to upgrade the size

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