A standard audio 700 MB CD can store approximately 80 minutes of audio recording set at 16-bit PCM and with a 44,100 Hz sampling rate. Other media stored on the CD affects the storage capacity based on the size and format of the individual files.
If a music CD is being created using the MP3 format, it can store much more audio. This requires that the device playing the CD can recognize and access the files. When files outside audio are being recorded, simply total the size of the files being stored to determine maximum capacity. Storing pictures that average 5 MB per picture would allow for approximately 140 images.Learn More
Storage devices are any type of hardware that is capable of storing and retrieving data. Most often these devices come in the form of hard drives or optical discs.Full Answer >
Show hidden files and folders by enabling the setting in the Folder Options Control Panel window. The Folder Options window can be accessed on all Windows computers running Windows 2000 or later by typing "control folders" in the Run window.Full Answer >
The Ext2 file system is a second-generation Linux extended file system introduced in 1993, while Ext3 is a third-generation file system that was introduced in 2001. Ext3 improves on the Ext2 file system in several ways, most notably with its journaling feature.Full Answer >
A megabyte is larger than a kilobyte. All digital measurements are based on bytes, and it takes more bytes to make a megabyte than a kilobyte.Full Answer >