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QotD: How Many Files

Question: Open Disk Utility. Select your main disk. Look at "Number of Files" at the bottom. What does it say?

My Answer: 667,836.

You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

21 Responses to "QotD: How Many Files"

  1. 877,908

  2. 799,317

  3. 503,098

  4. 401,483

    Of course, this isn't my main Mac.

  5. 362,183

  6. 739,807

  7. 95,206 on my 5 day old MacBook.

  8. 107,177 files on my 4 day old hard drive in my 2.3 yeard old PowerBook.

  9. 107,177 files on my 4 day old hard drive in my 2.3 year old PowerBook.

  10. 660,682

  11. 386,780 on 40 gig, no iTunes

  12. Oh my! 732'105! Soon we'll need file systems capable of handling a a file count coded with 128 bits... :/

  13. You bunch of part timers 🙂

    I've got 1,132,917 on my Powerbook.

  14. 506,087

  15. 1,009,344

  16. 976,546

  17. A measly 743,900 files on / on my 14 month old PowerBook.

  18. 1,219,930 on my 3-year-old PowerMac

  19. 858,146. (MacBook, but inheriting old PowerBook files.)

  20. 211,408 on my Windows XP Dell. (and I thought I had a lot of files)

  21. Number of Files : 682,257
    and fwiw the size:
    Used : 75.8 GB (81,436,762,112 Bytes)

    Yiykes.


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