yeah, i'd love to have that kind of upgrade to browse and view and edit files.<br><br>but even in my busy semesters, the largest my class folder ever gets is maybe 50 MB for all of the docs and files (mostly RTF as that's what i required from my students; photos take up my biggest chunk for class files because i make my students use some photography stuff and the files are large when they don't follow directions - heh). now i am moving more and more to Google Docs so that doesn't take up any space on my computer. <br><br>but i can see how others need more and even much more. <br><br>
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