How Much Memory Can a Floppy Disk Hold?


The majority of floppy disks can hold approximately 1.44 MB in memory. A CD can hold much more memory as it is about 700 MB.
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DVD by far. A DVD can store 4.7 gigabytes of data. A floppy disk can store 1.44 megabytes of data. 1000 megabytes = 1 gigabyte.
1.44 MB unformatted, about 1.2 MB formatted
There was an 8 inch floppy disk to start with, but I never saw one of them, nor do I know what their capacity was. The first floppy I am familiar with was the 5 1/4" single sided
The most popular floppy disk, the 3 1/2" HD model, holds 1.44MB. The older 5.25 inch disk held 360 kilobytes, the original disk was 8" in size.
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