Disk space

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Disk space is an informal term for the amount of computer data storage available on one or more storage devices, file systems, disk partitions, volumes, or logical disks.

Disk space is typically measured in units of measurement based on the byte.

Although the word disk refers to hard disk drives and floppy disks, it has come to be applied colloquially to non-disk storage media (such as memory cards).

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