124 GB at least when saving the Zip files AND then expanding them out to see their contents, so plan ahead.
It took me a few different computers and download schemes to get a workable routine, no more than 6 files at once, sometimes I could tell that a file was being downloaded by others, so I had to wait, sometimes a file would download smoothly, sometimes the same size file would take forever, sometimes a download failed, so I waited and tried again later after doing other things, this took 3 days of intermittent downloading, some files were small, some were big, so I downloaded the small files twice to make sure and the second time they were the same small size, so I knew it wasn’t me causing some files to not be as full-size as other files.
We need a browser that knows the meaning of the files, like Picasa for images, but how do we see what these contents are, I guess we are supposed to browse from within each Photoshop tool dialog?
Pictures of pens, pencils, paper clips, and so on, from all angles, and so on, not cut out, not in total focus, Nikon D800 camera, copyright by Sava Razvan from 2021 – it’s a lot of work at both ends, to create the images, and for us to browse and select and eventually actually USE any of these for any purpose.
I look forward to folks sharing how they USE any of these resources.
Is it like having 10,000 fonts – or 1,000,000 fonts – but using one favorite because it just works?
Thanks, I’ll explore … I was wondering what would fill up my multi-terabyte backup drive, and this is it!