Choosing File system for Windows 7- need urgent answer

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A new computer has just been purchased for the accounting manager. The company purchased the computer without an operating system, because they already have extra licensed copies of Windows 7 They ask you to set up the computer. What Windows 7 file system do you implement recognizing that the accounting manager needs a system that can be secure?

Explain your decision and briefly discuss the advantages of this file system.

Also the accounting manager asks you to set up a preliminary folder structure to contain:

• Accounting reports

• Word-processed documents

• Department memos

• Personnel evaluations

• Explain where you would set up this folder structure and show how you would name the new folders.

Explain where you would set up this folder structure and show how you would name the new folders.

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Choosing File system for Windows 7- need urgent answer

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From the point of view of security, NTFS is the best file system hands down. Its secure and fast and very reliable for the kind of applications that you are looking for. Don't even think about FAT32 or FAT64 because they are not so reliable. About setting up your folder structure, You can place all these folders in a separate directory or a separate partition.

Name all the folders just as you have mentioned, no need to find new names for these. Within the folders, name the files in a meaningful way so that when you want to access a file you don't get lost in the list of files.

This will work out just fine for you.

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