TuneTracker™ QuickTip

Figuring out drive storage capabilities in "plain English!"

Using Google's plain English calculator, you can quickly determine how many files will fit on your hard drive, without having to add all those horrible zeros that make it so confusing. Suppose you have a big, 2-terabyte hard drive and you want to know how many MP3 files you can get on it. Let's assume the average MP3 is 4 megabytes (four million bytes) in size. Just go to Google and type in:

two trillion divided by four million

The answer comes right up, also in plain English:

"five hundred thousand"

If you want to know how many WAV files, divide by 40 megabytes (forty million bytes).

HINT: You can substitute the math symbol "/" if you prefer, rather than typing-out "divided by."

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