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Subject: No more CD/DVD drives????
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2019 18:54:31 -0500
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I heard on tv that a lot of the newest computers no longer have a CD/DVD
drive. I've never owned a new computer, so all of mine still have them.
Yet, in all honesty, I normally use it to install Windows and may
occasionally play an audio CD on my computer. That.s about it. if I want
to watch a movie, I use my TV and a DVD player.

But this puzzles me. Without a CD\DVD drive, how the heck do you install