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FAT is not limited in file size because of anything to do with it being block-based: the limiting factors are the size of the field in directory entries for expressing file sizes, and the size of the FAT it self, as blocks are stored in a indirection table (which can be thought of as a linked list.)

Following on to that, it's not just because NTFS supports extents that it supports files larger than 4GB.

NTFS has case-sensitivity, for POSIX compliance. The Windows API hides this.

Comment by Rob Kendrick Wed Feb 5 12:32:29 2014
Folks, I have been reading yakking for 3? 4? years now and your articles have been a very valuable source to refer to co-workers and friend when they were asking about some topics. And even for relearning about some topics myself. Thank you!
Comment by ana Sat Feb 18 13:49:45 2017
Awwk, thank you ana. You're very kind.
Comment by Sat Feb 18 15:19:31 2017
Nice collection of articles! Might be helpful to have a "start here" page for people new to the site - also grouping things by technical level. For example the introduction to... series could be tagged somehow so people can just start off with the basics.
Comment by abhidg Fri Jul 14 11:39:04 2017

There's a lot of guides out there on how to correctly handle a signal, seems like the kind of topic this blog would cover nicely, maybe include the following point? which seems to be missed in examples I've seen.

Comment by Gravious Sat Aug 19 13:53:00 2017
Sure thing. I'll add it to my "To write" queue after I'm finished with time.
Comment by Richard Maw Mon Aug 21 08:43:18 2017