08-16-2008 05:31 AM
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-18-2008 09:06 AM
08-18-2008 05:45 PM
08-19-2008 07:32 AM
08-29-2008 11:45 AM - edited 09-02-2008 12:17 AM
01-31-2010 08:49 AM
02-01-2010 07:07 AM
Wow, you must really feel strongly about this!
Seagate is one of the main founders of the hard disk drive industry, and as a matter of professional interest used "disc" for decades. And to be honest, "disc" has served Seagate well - Seagate is the leader in the industry. I'm sure it had little to do with whether they spelled it "disk" or "disc", but it's doubtful that it's hurt Seagate all that much either. There are easily seen advantages to the word "disc" as well - easier identification, brand name specificity, etc.
However, within the past year it was determined that the Seagate website would heretofore use "disk" instead of "disc", to avoid confusion for others. Just so you know.
(Please understand that all of this is personal opinion and analysis; none is official except for the announcement that we don't use "disc" anymore.)
04-17-2010 08:30 PM - last edited on 04-18-2010 05:51 AM by pamelaz
No no, leave the thread open. Sticky it. This is clearly vital and central to the community. Seriously, I can't believe so much effort was wasted on this argument. [Edited post per community rules and regulations: Be courteous.]
The only worthwhile part of this discussion was:
"And to be honest, 'disc' has served Seagate well - Seagate is the leader in the industry."
04-18-2010 12:40 AM
Yes I did. I am very thorough
By the way, as far as I'm concerned thread solved when Seagate has now decided to use disk
You must wonder why they changed every single new article to reflect this? Mind you, I don't
Please close the thread to avoid further not required replies as above.