Installing & Configuring Operating Systems (part 5)

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Installing and Configuring Operating Systems (part 5) Now that file and disk organizational structure has been established, we need to determine the type of file structure the system with use that will enable the operating system to manage various types of files and correctly locate them. Windows Operating System have 3 file structures, FAT, FAT32 and NFTS.  Once you complete this lesson, you’ll know the definition of each file type, how it structure itself organizes and places files, and permits access to locations for file creation/storage.
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