From: Rick Moen (rick at domain linuxmafia.com)
Date: Mon 01 Oct 2001 - 14:14:21 IST
begin Niall O Broin quotation:
> Well, whether or not it's a stupid thing is an opinion but NTFS is a
> much more grown up filesystem than FAT32 and IMHO much more suitable
> for use with what MS claim to be a top class OS. Of course that's a
> matter of opinion too.
And yet it _still_ has a fragmentation problem, clearly showing the VMS
People somehow obliged to use MS-Windows NT on workstations
traditionally tried to remove that embarrassment and get reasonable
performance by making it work on HPFS, although Microsoft Corporation
has made it progressively more difficult to do so.
-- "Is it not the beauty of an asynchronous form of discussion that one can go and make cups of tea, floss the cat, fluff the geraniums, open the kitchen window and scream out it with operatic force, volume, and decorum, and then return to the vexed glowing letters calmer of mind and soul?" -- The Cube, forum3000.org
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