Originally Posted by luisinho90 |
and about the Fat32.. WHAT IS THAT???
As Ranger SVO said, you probably won't need to worry about it. For information, it is the way a drive is formatted. It has evolved over the years. Your Vista drive (partition) won't be formatted in FAT32, it will be formatted in the NTFS
system that can handle very large files.
Where you might find that drives are formatted as FAT32 is on external drives. Most come formatted as FAT32, as far as I know. So if you are using external hard drives, memory sticks, etc, formatted as FAT32, they won't be able to handle files larger than 4GB, if you reformat those drives as NTFS
, they may be unable to work with any software supplied by the manufacturer.
If you want to see the formatting (File System), type "computer" into the Start Search bar, open Computer Management and go to Storage -> Disk Management. The Help menu has information.
Probably nothing that will concern you, unless it gets to a stage where you cannot find any other reason why the system won't work.