The Evolution of NTFS: NTFS 1.1
Posted on: 09/20/2000 04:18 PM

The girlies over at Arstechnica have decided to take an indepth look at the evolution of NTFS.
The road of maturity for NTFS, (or the New Technology File System for those of you who are not in a rush), has been a long and intriguing one. Compared to some of the "evolutionary" cousins like FAT (File Allocation Table) and HPFS (High Performance File System), NTFS maintains an admirable level of feature correlation and backwards compatibility while striving ahead to offer the first truly robust file system available for high-end server and workstation-class Intel systems.
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