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Old 04-05-2015, 02:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. I have a Toshiba 50 b 00c laptop. It also says it has an i3 processor. (also...satellite)
Can someone tell me what its 'harddrive' capacity is?

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P.S. It also has 2 processors that are 1.8 Ghz each. Does that mean it is like 3.6Ghz (one core) equivalent?
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Hello. I have a Toshiba 50 b 00c laptop. It also says it has an i3 processor. (also...satellite)
Can someone tell me what its 'harddrive' capacity is?
Start -> Right click "Computer" -> Manage... -> On the left panel go to Disk management -> on the right panel after it loads, find your HDD in the list on the bottom and it should say what it's size is under the "Disk 0" label.

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For now thanks for any and all responses
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P.S. It also has 2 processors that are 1.8 Ghz each. Does that mean it is like 3.6Ghz (one core) equivalent?
It's not 2 processors, only 1 physical processors. It has 2 physical cores, however. No, multi-core doesn't work by just adding up the frequency of the cores.
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