It seems like the Operating System and system files on the Microsoft Surface 32 use up 16 out of the 32 gigs of disk space.
50 frikkin percent!
Apparently on the 32GB version of the new tablet, users will have access to only 16GB of storage.
The rest of the space is taken up by Windows recovery tools, Windows RT, Microsoft Office, and built-in apps.
That seems insane to me. It also brings up truth in advertising issues?
The consumer is only really buying 16 GB of space. I mean I know Operating Systems usually take up a lot of space but…
What do you all think?