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                 For long days i am in a confusion that What are all the NTFS version available and its supported operation system. Please guide me ..
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Did you see this link?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS#Versions

I think there you have all the info's you need.
Basically, all NTFS versions are backward compatible with previous versions.
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NTFS has been around for years. If your pc is running Windows, your probably using the NTFS file system. It has progressed over the years and its highly integrated into Active Directory.

If your Pc is in a domain, you are probably running NTFS on your Pc. If you open Windows explorer and right click the C drive and select Properties, it will display the file system used on your PC.

Hope this helps!
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