NTFS, the New Technology File System, has been windows' default file system since 1993

"high definition" refers to 720p and above, with 1080p being Full High Definition and 2160p being Ultra High Definition

USB full speed was superceded by USB super speed, which was superceded by USB super speed+

using superlative names for tech products is always a terrible idea



FWIW, I started out on an Apple ][+, where hi-res was 192x280 and low-res was (I kid you not), 40x48 ... to this day, 720 actually does feel super-high-def to me.

Meanwhile I start feeling claustrophobic on anything less than 1080p :')
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