What is unique to NTFS?

The NTFS file system provides a number of impressive capabilities. Which of the following features is unique to NTFS when compared to FAT or FAT32?

A) Native support in Windows 2000 and newer2

B) File system level encryption

C) 2 terabyte volume sizes

D) Maximum file size of 4 gigabytes

E) Has the uncanny ability of predicting six more weeks of Winter

The answer: B) File system level encryption

Although many of these options are available in NTFS, the only one of these that’s unavailable in FAT or FAT32 is the file-system level encryption.

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