Chapter 35. Understanding and Using Data Storage Devices

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Understanding Data Storage Options

A general law of Mac use—especially when you start working with digital video, music, and images—is that you can never have too much room to store your data. As you work with a Mac, you’re likely to work with a number of types of data storage devices, including the following:

  • Hard drives

  • DVD/CD writers, such as Apple’s SuperDrive

  • Flash drives

  • Tape drives

All Mac users have at least one ...

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