Quote: Originally Posted by Zepher
Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
For 8 years I've been using the same 16gb Kingston Data Traveler to install all versions Windows 7 in both 32- and 64-bit, alongside my tools and apps also used for install. It is no slower than it was to begin with and has lost no available disk space when I occasionally reformat using UltraISO Software To Create Bootable USB Flash Drive.
How did you get Windows 7 so early? And a 16GB flash drive was a few hundred bucks 8 years ago.
8 years ago? That'd be XP. (Vista went GA in January of 2007, if memory serves.)
I don't recall the price of a 16GB key drive in 2004. (I dimly recall admiring a 128 GB drive in Fry's, roughly at that time. Physically too big to comfortably carry in your pocket.)
And it's spelled Zephyr, isn't it?
(Damn, but smilies are stupid.)