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If i save music to my hard drive, will it take up space?

Asked by xboxfan (110points) February 13th, 2010

Will it take space up?

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john65pennington's avatar

Yes and your computer will run much slower.

judochop's avatar

How would it not?

lilikoi's avatar

@judochop My thought exactly…..

DrC's avatar Music is special because it brings us so much pleasure. It’s like when you take only one bite of a donut or cake…the calories don’t really count. Well, music on your hard drive is the same way. Of course, if you save too many songs, then you will end up taking up lots of space!

Cheeseball451's avatar

He means to his hardrive on his xbox 360….. Yes it will but it will take up a lot of space.

faye's avatar

@Cheeseball451 where do you see xbox except his name?

GingerMinx's avatar

Anything you save to your hard drive will take up space. At the moment I have just under 40 gigs of music on this computer.

eLenaLicious's avatar

No, everything would just stay the same…
YES anything you save onto your hard drive will take up space. Unless you are asking the quantity of space; as in how much space. Then it depends how much kb/mgb/gb your hard drive can store and how large the file is.

pjanaway's avatar

@john65pennington – It won’t get slower, not unless you filled the entire drive up with it. lol

thriftymaid's avatar

Yes, honey. Now eat your peas.

AlienBomber's avatar

What’s this “computer” you speak of?

dangbit's avatar

Pretty sure it will

El_Cadejo's avatar

@pjanaway HDs start getting slower at around 60–75% full IME

Cheeseball451's avatar

@fave lookign at his profile all 31 questions he asked are all about xob’s so i’m preety sure this question is about a xobx

AlienBomber's avatar

Xbox hooray!!

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