|25 Dec 2010||#3|
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Size on disk refer to how much clusters it is using. By default Windows 7 uses a 4KB cluster size. So if you create a new text file and type a single character into it. Looking at its properties would show: "Size: 1 bytes; Size on disk: 4 KB" Even tho that file is just 1 byte it takes up 4 KB.
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