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 Are Floppy Disks becoming obsolete?

Answer They are now obsolete - all our new machines at the College don't have floppy drives.Floppy discs are floppy by the way - it's only the case that's stiff - try opening one up and having a look.
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What are floppy disks used for?

Floppy disks are used for data transfer, small file storage, backups, software installation and driver updates. Floppy disks are still useful in modern computing, but they have been drastically red... Read More »
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Floppy disks or Cds.?

Floppies fit in your pocket, normal CDs don't. Floppies have limited capacity - 1.44 meg, CD's are 700 MB, DVDs are 4.8 GB. Floppies can go bad suddenly, right out of the box, or the next time you ... Read More »
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Does anyone actually still use floppy disks?

I use them all the time for troubleshooting a computer that won't start or if I need to write a script and run it on another computer at boot up. If you are thinking about whether to get a floppy o... Read More »
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Information About Floppy Disks?

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