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Link to Windows File Systems

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I am trying to locate an excellent link that compares and contrast the different file systems of windows.  I have done a search here, and I was able to find a nice link that was in a table form and full of information...but I could not locate it anymore in EE.  Does anyone know any links to this or is there any other?
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by:Lee W, MVP
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I would guess you're talking about www.ntfs.com and in particular, http://www.ntfs.com/ntfs_vs_fat.htm
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leew,
The information is very good and is similar to what I was looking for.  I am certain that the site I saw before is not ntfs.com.
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PUNKY,
No, that is not the link.  Thank you.

leew,
I really liked the www.digit_life.com site.  I believe I got what I need and it is easy to interpret.   Thank you.
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