- January 5, 2010 at 12:07 am #28915
Please explain What is Fat and NTFS. What is difference between Fat and NTFS? What did you prefer and Why?Thanks in advance for replies.January 5, 2010 at 12:11 am #32800
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A disk formatted with FAT is allocated in clusters, whose size are determined by the size of the volume. When a file is created, an entry is created in the directory and the first cluster number containing data is established. This entry in the FAT table either indicates that this is the last cluster of the file, or points to the next cluster.From a user's point of view, NTFS continues to organize files into directories, which, like HPFS, are sorted. However, unlike FAT or HPFS, there are no "special" objects on the disk and there is no dependence on the underlying hardware, such as 512 byte sectors. In addition, there are no special locations on the disk, such as FAT tables or HPFS Super Blocks.September 2, 2011 at 9:43 am #32802
” Fat stands for File Allocation Table" There are two categories in Fat File Systemo Fat 16o Fat 32" In Fat Up To Folder Level Security is available" Compression Option is not available" Encryption Option is not available" Disk Quota Option is not Available" FAT Supported By All Of The Microsoft Based Operating SystemNTFS" NTFS stands for New Technology File System" There are three categories in NTFS file Systemo NTFS 4.0 - NT O/So NTFS 5.0 - 2000 O/So NTFS 6.0 - 2003O/S" In NTFS Up-to File Level Security is available" Compression Option is available" Encryption Option is available" Disk Quota Option is Available" NTFS Supported By only Limited Microsoft Based Operating System
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