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Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by DotCom2, Nov 5, 2015.
Is there somewhere in the menu that tells you how much storage you've used up?
I sure can't find it.
It doesn't use space like a traditional computer, so it would do you no good.
Oh great. I was trying to find out if I really need the 64 gb or if I could go with the 32 for the other rooms.
Honestly, the 32GB model is probably fine for most people.
If you're going to be playing lots of apps (particularly games) that use a whole lot of resources, then the 64Gb will be able to do this more quickly than the 32Gb. It won't be re-downloading data as often. But I suspect that if most of your use is for streaming video from a network or other drive, for Apple Music, and Airplay, then there won't be any need for 64Gb at all.
That's just a wild assumption on your part.
If you want to have lots of games installed and download their extra data less often, go with the 64.
If you're not going to install dozens of games or its main purpose isn't gaming at all the 32 will be fine.
Buy the 64GB model if you're worried about it.
Ok I get it.