Everything in your PC is likely to be better and faster than even five years ago, right? You're probably rocking more memory capacity than ever before, the graphics card runs rings around that old, tired model it replaced, and monitors have increased their price-to-performance ratio by a healthy degree.
But here's one for you. I'm actually running less storage capacity inside my main PC than in, for example, 2013. Why? A few factors, really. The emergence and infiltration of SSDs has meant smaller capacities, the secondary mechanical disk is only there to hold large files mostly associated with gaming, and I've offloaded significant capacity to a NAS box and a couple of USB 3.0 external drives.
In fact, I'm only using 2.5TB inside the PC, down from around 4TB three years ago, and I'm wondering if I'm not alone in this trend of externalising storage.
So with that preamble, this week's QOTW is: how much storage capacity do you have inside your main PC? And as an addendum, if you can remember, is this figure more or less than a few years ago?
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