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    Hi there,

    Please help.

    I saved all my photos (in/on) my computer.

    Thanks
    Ivy20

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    #2

    Re: save

    On.

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    Smile Re: save

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there,

    Please help.

    I saved all my photos (in/on) my computer.

    Thanks
    Ivy20
    Absolutely on my computer (= on the hard disk of my computer).
    You could also say in my computer, but this wouldn't mean the same as the above - in my computer = inside my computer.

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    Re: save

    Is it uniquely American to say you saved it to your hard drive?

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    Smile Re: save

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Is it uniquely American to say you saved it to your hard drive?
    I don't know, but I feel that onto would be even a better choice.

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