720K

720K

May refer to the 720K microfloppy disk used in earlier PCs.
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The government reported that it has successfully trimmed its work force by 720K between 1993 and 1996, and 320K were dropped through various job training programs and are now employed by the so-called "Third Industry" (Deesan Chanye), or the noncoal-related businesses.
Alternatively, to receive these files on disk, specify the required disk size (360K, 720K, 1.
Also available are SCSI peripheral controllers, 720K of 3.
A built-in 720K floppy drive is used for removable storage.
Konkola Deep is the key to the revival of the Zambian copper industry; the industry's output has fallen from a record 720K mt in 1969 to about 300K mt/yr currently.
For example, one of the several micros that I have used over the years was a Toshiba 1100+ laptop computer, an 8086 processor based micro (an 8-bit chip, compared with today's 32 and 64-bit chips) with 640K of memory and dual 3 1/2-in, 720K floppy disk drives.
Installation on a hard disk drive is required for the 3 1/2" 720K format.
4MB high-density and 720K double-density diskettes makes it easy to load software onto the system and to transfer data between systems.
The three Larox Power PF filters were designed to treat a minimum 720K mt/yr concentrate (dry basis) and have replaced all 12 of the former vacuum disk filters.
DD diskettes hold up to 720K and the HD variety hold up to 1.