Which of these would best describe a file system that is natively supported Windows 2000 and newer and supports 2 TB volume sizes and a maximum file size of 4 gigabytes?
E) It’s difficult to know for sure. Here’s a cookie.
The answer: C) FAT32
FAT32 is compatible with many operating systems, including Windows 2000 and newer. FAT32 was a huge increase over FAT because of larger hard drives, but the 4 GB file size limit has become a problem with today’s larger media formats.
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