A unit of information equal to one million million (1012) or strictly, 240bytes.
tera or terabite
The last database dump was about 3.2TB, I believe.
1 terabyte is 1024 gigabyte.
1 terrabyte = 1,000,000 megabytes
1 terabyte = 1000 gigabytes (gigabytes not gigabites) actually it's 1 terabyte = 1024 gigabytes
I am running windows vista 64bit.Does that answer your question?Where you asking about my OS or hardware.If you are asking about hardware then the answer would be a custom build(I built it myself).I have a core 2 quad just a 6600.I have an Asus motherboard P5 series with two 8800 gts Nvidia graphics cards and a couple of WD velociraptors for hard drives,and a couple of Asus dvdroms and a sony because I think its faster for copying.Let's see, and a 750 watt power supply,and a 1 terabite external hard drive for backing up my computer.Then a couple of 22" monitors.I'm not overclocking but im still running at 3.8Ghz max which is plenty enough for me.I could overclock it but then you start burning up stuff and that's expensive.I've been running this in an alienware case I got from a gamer buddy.I want to go with the newer I7 setup but its expensive and I don't need it I just want it!
Java is a softwear Language.. Java isn't needed unless you plan on Viewing movies/games that are using java such as Most Online Games or Online Video clips java is a very popular programing language there are others but you can get around most Disk space by just installing the plug ins use Motzilla Firefox or Google Chrome they will do it automaticly when needed... for the most part..... however if your low on disk space try looking into a external Harddrive to store you not always needed items to save space and backup your compter you can get them for like 90 dollars for 1 Terabite (1,000 Gigs) which is a good value if you have a tower just look at upgrading the hard drive they will just add some space ROUGH estimate is 1 dollar a Gigabite
tera or terabite