What is the maximum file size supported in a FAT32 file system?
A) 4 TB
B) 2 GB
C) 2 TB
D) 4 GB
E) If it’s FAT, it must be pretty big.
The answer: D) 4 GB
The FAT32 file supports files up to 4 gigabytes in size. Although this sounds quite large, many of today’s video and audio media applications can create and edit files that are many times that size.
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