Title: file processing in windows/linux

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Subject: Technology
Author: Ronald B
Date: January 20, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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On a Windows based PC during the setup process, a user has the choice of where the operating system files are stored and what file system Windows will be using. With Windows XP/2000 there are two file system types to choose from, FAT and NTFS. FAT is an acronym for file allocation table, and NTFS is an acronym for New Technology File System...

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Windows XP also supports two types of file systems on CD-ROM and DVD (Compact Disc File systems [CDFS] and Universal Disk Format [UDF]). Primarily the Windows XP/2000operating system uses the NTFS file system. The NTFS file system uses the cluster scheme that is seen in FAT for allocating data, but for a given drive, it has less overhead...

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