- Must have DOS 2.11 or later. 8088 or higher processor. 512K memory. 3.5" disk drive. Optional mouse
I guess we're happy that we wont get to see that, PeterLOL.....I have a 2gb micro-SD card in my camera, an 8gb USB stick for other uses...it is amazing how progress miniaturises everything.
100 years from now we'll probably see OS's with minimum requirements 100TB....yikes. But by then that will probably exist as a micro-chip.
My USB Flash disk:Come on. 128MB flash is nothing. I have a 64MB somewhere in this mess. A regular floppy holds 1.44MB. I dont even remember what a 5 and a quater discs used to hold. The real big floppies. I think those were only about 70 or 80 KB. Wikipedia says 89.6KB. So yeah. Be happy they got storage to where it is. Was much worse back then. Of course things back then were rather small as well. Doom was only about 3 floppies big. If that.