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hpr1580 :: The FAT and NTFS File Systems

The FAT and NTFS File Systems

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Part of the series: Filesystems

In this series we explore various different filesystems.

The FAT and NTFS File Systems


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Comment #1 posted on 2016-05-06T01:39:36Z by Ramiro


Perhaps you could change the name of the Podcast from "FAST and NTFS" to "FAT and NTFS"

Comment #2 posted on 2016-05-06T09:29:24Z by Dave Morriss

Title change

Thanks Ramiro. This typo obviously slipped through the net in 2014, but has now been corrected

Comment #3 posted on 2016-05-08T15:47:58Z by Ken Fallon


Changed fast to fat

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