I recently posted about having problems with a SLOW windows 98 explorer.
I tried doing a list of things that people recommended and the problem was not solved.
Someone mentioned that the fat32 file system is limited.
Is this true.
I am thinking about upgrading to windows 2000.
Will windows 2000 resolve this issue. Will I have to use the nfts file system to avoid a slow windows explorer?
Is the nfts file system better? How so?
I ask because I am thinking about partitioning my hard drive to share it with linux.
I have read some stuff that says that doing this will be a lot harder if I use the nfts files system.
I just want to see if it is worth it.