2012-12-31

Gmail Free Space Increases

Conclusion: Gmail give users about 0.2444 Kb of more free space every minute. That's about 351.936 Kb of extra free space every day. That's 128.544624 Mb of more space per year! that 99% of free accounts won't use! [Because, if you are at/near capacity, then you would probably pay for more space. Just my thinking..]

Figure 1. The "Lots of Space" section has numbers that constantly become larger values.

The Numbers:

Total Space (Kb)   At Time (minutes)    Kb Difference From Start    Overall Kb/min
10327895.150
0
0
0
10327895.398
1
0.248
0.248
10327895.642
2
0.492
0.246
10327896.374
5
1.224
0.2448
10327897.594
10
2.444
0.2444



Metaconclusion: But, I think they don't actually give every single Gmail account more space every second. More realistically, they just give the extra space once a year, and no user complains about having a little extra space. But, the process can be made even better. Those who don't keep their Gmail accounts constantly full to capacity never get an increase, until they actually need it. This saves many unnecessary processes.

Figure 2. Mid-left, you will see I currently have 10.1 Mb of space available to use.


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