Dave,Is it possible

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loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
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Dave,Since you understand how hard drive's work.Would it be possible
like the telephone companies do not give every one deciated service.
Like when business close in one part of the world,business is starting
in another part of the world.So non-deciated service is put to work
sharing use. So could vista share your hard space or store it off your computer and give it up when you need it thus telling you that you have more space.Can you measure or determine where your information is
in a reliable way,like click and your computer tell's you a number that you
have in space.Maybe they can alter your space to a master drive not in
your computer.They are alway's looking for space,who know for sure,do you know if it would it possible to play hide and seek with information.
At what intelligent level would that be.
 

Wendy

Joined Mar 24, 2008
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Deciated? Is this meant to be dedicated? I'm having a bit of trouble following the thought. Are you talking about a phone company (there is more than one) providing hard drive space offline?
 

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loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
1,686
A few year's back when new phone companie's started to appear
on t.v. ad's, some companie's to sell their service offered shared service
for large user's.The average person making a call during business hour's
had no concern that this deal had been made.At night the phone line's
were switched to phone bank's oversea's.So the term's deciated became
part of the fine print. Any concept can have it's detail's that is hard to explain.I was part of a change over with 8 station's,different phone
number's.The phone guy told me that the first line was a deciated
line and explained at night the other line's could be switched to save
cost.So apply this fine print to computer's program's like (Vista) that
seem to offer more hard drive space.Food for thought that expert's
can decide if possible to save content in cyber space.Dave mentioned
that Vista gave him extra space.
 
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