killalot57 > how many 1s and 0s??? (5/8/2008 10:21:28 PM)

Let's say you have an eighty gigabyte harddrive, I fyou had a thirtytwo bit processor then there would be 32 bits per byte right? Meaning there are 2,748,779,069,440 spaces for 1s and 0s on the harddisk right? I fthats how it works then wouldn't that mean If you set your computer to 16 bit, wouldn't you have 160 gigabytes available?



