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Old 18th August 2016, 13:17   #1
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Default Should You Use Windows’ Full-Drive Compression to Save Space?

Open a drive’s properties window, and you’ll see an option to “compress this drive to save disk space” on Windows. But how much disk space will you save, and what’s the catch?

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