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NTFS vs. FAT32

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Hey i was wondering whether or not to convert my drives to NTFS, because 2 people i know have and they say its A LOT faster... Does NTFS look the same as FAT32? What are the differences and which is actually better?

Id appreciate some opinions on the matter, thx.
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I'd personally would go with NTFS. Better security for one reason.

Here's a good article on the comparison of Fat and Ntfs:


Edited by Kniht, 29 November 2006 - 10:02 PM.

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