FAT32


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FAT3232 bit File Allocation Table (Microsoft)
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The tool enables instant, non-root offline access to NTFS, FAT32, exFAT, or HFS+ data from external storage drives directly on Android smartphones and tablets.
This can happen because file systems such as FAT32 allocate a smaller sized file to the same position if the file fits into the unallocated sectors between two other files.
If you want to see the rest of it, you need to convert to FAT32, but be warned ...
For example, Windows 98 added features not supported by the original release of Windows 95, such as support for the FAT32 file system.
The ability to split FAT and FAT32 partitions and undelete FAT, FAT32, Linux ext2 and NTFS partitions that have been previously deleted, is included.
Starting with Windows 98, it became possible to run a 32bit File Allocation Table or FAT32. This version overcomes that 2.0 GB limit and the space can be used more efficiently with smaller cluster sizes that leave you with only a few MB of slack space rather than the 300+.
A FIRST, you can't easily convert from FAT32 back to FAT, you can only convert in the other direction.
Both Windows 98 and Windows 95 with the SR2 patch give you a choice of using either the FAT16 or the FAT32 file structures.
Ethernet, ISDN, cable modems and v.90 modems are supported, and the Linux file system should be able to read NTFS and FAT32 drives.
Alter you're up and running, Windows 98 gives you the option of converting all your files--applications and data--to a FAT32 format from FAT16.
Windows 98 used FAT32 with uniform clusters of 4k, so the same 33k file would take up nine clusters, 36k, a saving of 28k.