What’s the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system

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Hello friends,

My name is John Sena. Tell me what is FILE SYSTEM? What is the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system? LINUX use which FILE SYSTEM?

And also tell me that the difference between BUFFERING and CASHING?

Thanks in advance.

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What’s the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system

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HI dear John. Its me M.Smith I am helping you to solve your question its too easy dear. There is a two part of your question. In first part the File System is a system of managing the files in the computer system.FAT, FAT 32, NTFS are used in Windows operating system. They are different with respect to performance, storage capacity of files etc. Linux uses ext2 file system. Ok did you get that point.

Ok now the answer of there second part of your question is that the Buffer is a temporary memory for holding a specific data (input or output) for some period of time. Some devices also have buffer with them for example a keyboard, you may have experienced that sometimes you type alphabet letters but they do not readily display on the screen and stay in the buffer until the CPU becomes free to process it. Cache is a fast memory used for readily accessing the data.

Hope you will be understand. Ok Good bye.

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What’s the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system

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The file system is nothing but storing data in such a way that it can be readable by humans. 
FAT32: it accepts maximum 4 GB per file. It has a lower security than NTFS since users can manipulate inaccessible files in this file system. These files can be revealed in a FAT 32.
 
Its capacity is lower since it has the limitation of 4GB. Often installers requires more than 4 GB space to work, which is not possible in FAT32. This is an older file system and can used in hard drives of maximum 40 GB capacity.
 
NTFS: it is the widely used file system nowadays. You can save files having more size than 4 GB at once and can run high end installers easily. 
 
Buffering:  saving data into RAM is known as buffering. It is often used in downloading moving where certain amount is downloaded and saved in RAM first before playing movie or media files.
 

 

The above message means 70% of a reserved area in memory is filled at that moment. When it reaches 100%, the software (Windows Media Player in this example) will start "playing" the video.
Note: You can still play in advancing while buffering.
 
Caching: it is the process of opening data that were opened before which offers a quicker loading. For example, you can type the address of a web page you visited before an as you type the matching addresses appear.
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What’s the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system

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FAT 32: File system used in MS DOS and older Windows. OS stores the information of each file in FAT by means of a tabular system to access the files quicker.

FAT32 is a later version of FAT and uses more bits that can identify the clusters. It improves efficiency by dividing the clusters into smaller part and thereby allow quick access.
 
NTFS (New Technology File System): Advanced File system used by modern computers. It offers better performance, more security and reliability. It also has the features like folder permissions, encryption, disk compression etc.
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What’s the difference between FAT32 and NTFS file system

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