In the 'old days', micro-computers didn't have drives. They used tape storage, etc. When 'floppy' drives began to be used (late 70's) they needed to be assigned some value so you could say which one to read from or write to. Someone (I'm not sure who) decided on using the letters 'A' through 'Z' for them. Most computers would only have had one or two floppy drives, so they typically were assigned to 'A' and 'B'. When 'hard' drives began to appear they also needed to be assigned a value, and because 'A' and 'B' were likely to already be used the hard drive was assigned to 'C'. Later additional hard drives may have been installed and they would be assigned 'D', 'E', etc. So you will probably notice that if your computer has a floppy drive it will be designated as 'A', and your hard drive will be designated as 'C'. The usage of letters is Windows way of telling the different drives apart. A:\ is usually designated for a 3.5" floppy disk, B:\ is usually designated for a 5.25" floppy disk, C:\ is generally assigned to the hard drive and is what Windows is installed on. D:\ is generally assigned to a CD-ROM. Depending on your own computer, this may or may not hold true (e.g. if you have 2 hard drives, one may be assigned D:\ and your CD-ROM drive E:\).
The car Charlie drives is a Lancia Delta. The car that Victor drives is a Citroen Pluriel C3.
The answer depends on what level you are talking about and what kind of computer you are talking about. A standard PC running a Microsoft Windows OS is going to identify the physical drives by numbers, starting with "drive 0". The physical drives can then be broken into virtual drives and assigned drive letters. You will usually be using letters to work with the drives. Bytes are the units that measure the capacity of the drive, so the bytes are not really used to identify the drive.
The official definition of the word libido is "The psychic and emotional energy associated with instinctual biological drives."
It is internal energy that drives atoms or molecules in a random manner
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The car victor drives is not a citroen, rather a fiat 500
From Windows' nomenclature of hard drives connected to your PC... A and B are for 3.5" floppies, C is the main computer hard drive, and from D onward the letters are for additional drives.
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Those letters spell Valentine's Day.
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The Capacity is not dictated by the software, but more along the lines of your hardware. Windows is capable of storing up to 26 drives with Letters A-Z but usually 3 of those letters is in use by Peripherals such as CD drives and Burners along with floppy drives or removable media. Hypothetically you should be able to store numerous terrabytes of information. There really is no set limit that I know of.
You combine letters to form words associated with the clues.
The letters that are associated with the home row keys include: a, s, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, and ;
There are tons of kinds of drives. Floppy Disk Drives, CD-ROM drives, PATA Hard drives, zip drives, flash drives, DVD drives, SATA hard drives.... The list could go on and on and on...
ATA or Advanced Technology Attachment is the interface that most workstation drives use.