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Long the most common way to store computer files, the floppy disk is going the way of the horse upon the arrival of the car: it’ll hang around but never hold the same relevance in everyday life.

Already, some computer makers have stopped including floppy drives on their new products.

Read more about the demise of the floppy drive in Sunday’s Technology section.


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