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📅 March 31, 2019
Need more space for backups using an external USB drive? The Seagate Expansion offers 4TB of unformatted room to grow, and it is compatible with Linux!
Parkinson’s Law of Data states that data expands to fill the available space. A 10MB hard drive was deemed a phenomenal amount of storage space in the early 1980’s with the IBM PC XT.
“Who would possibly fill up 10MB?”
But people managed to fill up that space, and then beg for more. Now, we measure hard drive storage space in gigabytes and terabytes as the demand for more storage space increases.
With all of this data, it is important to back it up, and this is best accomplished on an external medium, such as cloud storage or an external hard drive.
The Seagate Expansion 4TB Portable Hard Drive is an external USB 3.0 drive that offers plenty of room to grow in a fairly small package.
How well does it perform with Linux Mint 19.1? Let’s see…