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USB full speed was superceded by USB super speed, which was superceded by USB super speed+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
there are only six kinds of names in tech:
a) normal phrase with superlative
b) "what if we called it wi-fi... because it's like sci-fi"
c) "what if we called it compact disc... because the disc is compact"
d) a cool word, not necessarily english
e) acronym that describes the concept
f) Software Relations Working Group Standard Task Force ACCC 12589 rev. 6
@LunaDragofelis @00dani category B is supposed to be names that exist solely because they sound cool, like windows AERO (it supposedly stands for "Authentic, Energetic, Reflective, Open", but it's not category E because windows vista's theme is none of those things)
hi-fi isn't just solely intended to sound cool, it does actually have a meaning
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