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diff bet installing win xp in ntfs and fat format

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can u guys tell me the diff between installing windows xp in ntfs format and fat32 format??? wat are the advantages of ntfs system?????
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NTFS is the most modern file system available from Microsoft. Generally, it's faster, uses the space on your hard disk more efficiently, and is more secure. You're also much less likely to experience data loss.

We recommend you always choose NTFS, unless you need to access the data on that partition with another computer running that can't read NTFS files. (i.e. Windows 98 in a network configuration).

Here's a link with some more details:
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