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    hi guys please I need to know whats is an "M$ disk"

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    M$ is usualy a reference to MicroSoft. Disk could mean anything from older floppy disks through to dvds. In what context did you see it?
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    There is always MS Disk Basic.

    M4 disk would include IBM storage arrays (lots of disks!) or Crucial SSD (a disk without curves) or what remains of the braking system after an accident near London.

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    I was studying about the cache memory and I have seen this sentence "cluster on M$ disks" so I just need to know what they mean by M$ disks please

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