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According to apple Disks can be many things,s including drives.

Likely, most people install Fedora on an HDD or SSD, one is a disk drive and the other a drive, all are Disks Even though there is nothing driving in an SSD, that's what it's called.

Storage may be a more general term, and sometimes probably more appropriate but that's the wrong place here to change that.

According to apple , Disks can be many things,s including drives.

Likely, most people install Fedora on an HDD or SSD, one is a disk drive and the other a drive, all are Disks Even though there is nothing driving in an SSD, that's what it's called.

Storage may be a more general term, and sometimes probably more appropriate but that's the wrong place here to change that.

According to apple, Disks can be many things,s things including drives.

Likely, most people install Fedora on an HDD or SSD, one is a disk drive and the other a drive, all are Disks Even though there is nothing driving in an SSD, that's what it's called.

Storage may be a more general term, and sometimes probably more appropriate but that's the wrong place here to change that.

According to apple, Disks can be many things including drives.

Likely, most people install Fedora on an HDD or SSD, one is a disk drive and the other a drive, all are Disks . Even though there is nothing driving in an SSD, that's what it's called.

Storage may be a more general term, and sometimes probably more appropriate but that's the wrong place here to change that.