Definition of Removable disk
1. Noun. A hard disk that can be removed from the disk drive; removal prevents unauthorized use.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Removable Disk
Literary usage of Removable disk
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center by Dorian J. Cougias, E. L. Heiberger, Karsten Koop (2003)
"... CD-R/W, DYD-R/W) Another type of block-addressable media is the removable disk, which comes in assorted varieties. There are magnetic removable disks, ..."
2. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan (2001)
"Iomega introduced the Bernoulli removable disk drive with a storage capacity of 44 megabytes for personal computers in 1983. It is also known as a Bernoulli ..."
3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1906)
"Regrinding is a tedious operation, which is done away with by using a removable disk. Sudi disks consist either of a metal casing filled with vulcanized ..."
4. The Architects' and Builders' Pocket-book: A Handbook for Architects by Frank Eugene Kidder, Thomas Nolan (1915)
"The common globe ::ч removable disk or washer. (See Fig. 28.) Disk-valves should Fig. 25. Brass Gate-valve with Union Fig. 26. Section ol Globe Valve used ..."
5. Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics (1994)
"US industry may conclude that it would be more effective to develop a competing technology, such as small, high-density, removable disk cartridges. ..."
6. Successful Independent Consulting: Turn Your Career Experience Into a by Douglas Florzak (1999)
"Make the job easier by selecting a backup media that can back up your essential files with a minimum of media swapping. Select a tape or removable disk ..."
7. A Descriptive Treatise on Constructive Steam-engineering: Embracing Engines by Jay Manuel Whitham (1890)
"103 is the forged-solid, removable disk, balanced crankshaft of the Woodbury Engine. " The shaft A and pin B are formed with the cranks in one solid steel ..."