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Who said anything about floppies?

He's hosting all these images, so file size is a valid concern for w1zzard

This is incorrect. Please note when you take a screenshot in GPU-Z it asks if you want to save it locally OR upload to image hosting.
So, I don't quite know how many of the GPU-Z screenshots taken get uploaded online, but it is not 100% of them. :)

For the record, I prefer taking screenshots via the Dropbox screenshot function - for easy sharing/embedding in online forums - and for those screenshots I need to edit (blur/delete parts, add arrows, lines, text, rectangles/ovals, numbered dots/etc) I use the OLD Cloud.Mail.Ru Windows client - it does this excellently and automatically uploads all screenshots taken to the Mail.Ru Cloud (25 GB free storage). :)
 
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This is incorrect. Please note when you take a screenshot in GPU-Z it asks if you want to save it locally OR upload to image hosting.
So, I don't quite know how many of the GPU-Z screenshots taken get uploaded online, but it is not 100% of them. :)

For the record, I prefer taking screenshots via the Dropbox screenshot function - for easy sharing/embedding in online forums - and for those screenshots I need to edit (blur/delete parts, add arrows, lines, text, rectangles/ovals, numbered dots/etc) I use the OLD Cloud.Mail.Ru Windows client - it does this excellently and automatically uploads all screenshots taken to the Mail.Ru Cloud (25 GB free storage). :)
You are right. Still file size is a factor for the hosting option.
 
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