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Would you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if they were there.


Yes I understand that. However, what I am wondering about is the used space on my Hard Disk is 448GB of the total space 683Gb. However when I want to make a backup of my HD during the Acronis Image programme I have spotted that the estimated backup size is 268GB. My inquiry is where the 180GB is.

On top of that, I have an size of 300GB for Video files only, thus, I am very surprised that the estimated backup size is 268GB, altough the size of video files only is 300GB, What about the other files.

I could believe that a used area 445GB has been compressed into 268GB during the proccess of Backup.

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Yes I understand that. However, what I am wondering about is the used space on my Hard Disk (448GB of the total space 683Gb). However wWhen I want to make a backup of my HD using the Acronis Image programme I have noticed that the estimated backup size is 268GB. My inquiry is where the missing 180GB is.On top of that, I have an size of 300GB in Video files only, thus, I am very surprised that the estimated backup size is 268GB, because the size of just the video files only is 300GB, What about the other files? I couldn't believe that a used area 445GB has been could be compressed into 268GB during the proccess of Backup.

(Actually a .6 compression ratio does not seem outrageous to me. )
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Thank so much indeed, but please could you tell me if this sentece down is correct. If it is , then which kind of condition is it, real or unreal?
Would you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if they were there.

Finally: Could you let me how you knew the percentage .6? Would you mind giving me the rule of that or give me any site that help to give me find the percentage?
Would you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if there are any. (real condition)
Mohammad Lardhiinally: Could you let me how you knew the percentage .6?
I have used Winzip for years. The compression ratio can be very high, but very dependent on the file type.
See this:
http://kb.acronis.com/content/16791
Would you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if there are any. (real condition)
You said it is reall, however, what I know is the kinds of If-clause should follow one of these rule:
If , will (real condition)
If was/am, will (was/am is an indicative verb) will: real condition)

If + past, would + infinitive(unreal condition)
If + past perfect, would have (unreal condition)
If were, would (were: subjunctive, would: unreal condition)
However, I didn't see that sentence follows any rule for the unreal conditon or reall condition.
to be unreal condition it should have been written either
Will you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if there are any. (real condition).
Or
Do you mind correcting the spelling and grammar mistakes for me if there are any. (real condition).

What I know that in the real condition should be:
If + indicative verb(was/am) /present, will .
Ex: if I am/was going, I will tell you. (am going: is an indicative verb, will+ tell: real condition)
the unreal condition should be:
If , would + infinitive(unreal condition)
If + past perfect, would have (unreal condition).
If were, would (were: sujunctive, would: unreal condition) .
Ex: if I were going, I would tell you(were: subjunctive, would : an unreal condition) .

I hope you will understand and to explain this terms as much as you can.
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