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NTFS or FAT 32?


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Hi

I have had to restore my laptop to factory settings after being locked out by a virus. There is now an option to convert to NTFS from Fat 32 what is the difference and should I just do it?
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Most definetly NTFS.

NTFS versus FAT
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Yes, in general, just do it :)

NTFS has many advantages in comparison to FAT32
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Thanks I did it!
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