So those (as carp said) non-floppy things as in Gary's pic are floppy disks right? So what were those older, larger and thinner black and truly floppy disks called? You know what I'm talking about right?
If I remember correctly they were the original (Floppies) 5.2 inch and something like could hold 512K worth of Data ? Later they got smaller 3.5 inch made a little thicker and could hold 1.2 mb , placed into a hard plastic shell but was still called Floppy.
Back in the 80s my work PC's all had 5.2 floppy drives with pant loads of floppies - all apps came with them <-- mind you back then the Pro-Apps was not very large files, maybe 5 megs tops if that.
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