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Planning a Windows Installation – CompTIA A+ 220-902 – 1.2

Planning a Windows Installation – CompTIA A+ 220-902 – 1.2

Last modified on June 19th, 2018 at 12:23 pm

The Windows installation process includes an extensive list of options. In this video, you’ll learn about types of installations, disk partitioning, file systems, and other installation considerations.

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Max my file

Max my file

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 9:44 am

What is the maximum file size supported in a FAT32 file system?

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Why choose FAT32?

Why choose FAT32?

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 12:33 pm

During the formatting of a new external USB-connected hard drive, you have the choice of NTFS or FAT32 file systems. Which one of these would be a reason to choose FAT32 over NTFS?

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What is unique to NTFS?

What is unique to NTFS?

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 3:41 pm

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?

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CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Directories and Files

CompTIA A+ 220-701: 3.3 – Directories and Files

Last modified on October 7th, 2019 at 1:42 pm

File management of the Windows operating system is a mix of files, folders, attributes, and permissions. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows file systems, the structure of directories, and how files are named and managed. << Previous Video: Command Line UtilitiesNext: Planning a Windows Installation >>

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When should you use FAT32?

When should you use FAT32?

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 6:42 pm

The NTFS file system includes many advantages over FAT32, but there may be some instances where using FAT32 is preferable over NTFS. Which one of these would be a good reason to choose FAT32 over NTFS?

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Why is NTFS more secure than FAT32?

Why is NTFS more secure than FAT32?

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 11:56 pm

The corporate security team has a policy that requires all Windows file systems to be NTFS instead of FAT32. Why would this be important?

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