Floppy Disk
Also known as FD, Floppy

A Floppy Disk is a removable piece of media that allows you to write data to it for storage.

The two most common types of Floppy Disk were the 5 1/4", which is now predominantly defunct, and the 3 1/2" disk which is still in wide use. The 5 1/4" disk was offered in two formats that held either 360KB or 720KB. The 3 1/2" floppy holds 1.44 MB of data.

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