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Author Topic: Program performance optimisation just as relevant today as it was years ago?  (Read 373 times)

IainB

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Interesting article.

Thanks IainB.

"The black box is the 2.5 megabyte disk drive" . My first PC was an IBM AT with a enormous hard drive of 10 MB. Many people told me I will never use that space, enough for all my needs.

We have now bigger hard disks , but the situation is in The Stone Age still. In my opinion the best is coming !

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