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Lilli
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      01-01-2004
Which is the most efficient system to use in Win XP - FAT32 or NTFS?

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      01-01-2004
Depends on which XP your using?

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|| Which is the most efficient system to use in Win XP - FAT32 or NTFS?
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NTFS




 
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tim wrote:
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Windows XP, you dumb ****.

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"Lilli" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> tim wrote:
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> Windows XP, you dumb ****.
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Your the ****ing dumb ****.

XP HOME oR XP PRO


 
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tim wrote:
|| Your the ****ing dumb ****.
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|| XP HOME oR XP PRO

Two things,
1) do you know the difference between "your" and "you're"?
2) do you know that both versions XP Pro and XP Home are based on the same
NT Kernel, HE having fewer tools with which to customise the installation
without digging around in the registry, functionally different in that it's
not designed to connect to a domain?

My assertion stands, you're a dumb **** and not fit to post on a forum like
this.

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"Lilli" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> tim wrote:
> || Your the ****ing dumb ****.
> ||
> || XP HOME oR XP PRO
>
> Two things,
> 1) do you know the difference between "your" and "you're"?
> 2) do you know that both versions XP Pro and XP Home are based on the same
> NT Kernel, HE having fewer tools with which to customise the installation
> without digging around in the registry, functionally different in that

it's
> not designed to connect to a domain?
>
> My assertion stands, you're a dumb **** and not fit to post on a forum

like
> this.
>


BAWHAHAHAHAHAHA

Took 0.14 seconds to find answers to your question.

Now you know why ppl are not replying.


 
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      01-01-2004
tim wrote:
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|| BAWHAHAHAHAHAHA
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|| Took 0.14 seconds to find answers to your question.
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|| Now you know why ppl are not replying.

Assuming that in your ****ed up head "ppl" equates to people then please
explain why you are replying.

Of course of you don't rate yourself as a person then that's just fine and
dandy, it sort of goes with all your emptiheaded, drivel-filled posts so
far.


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"Lilli" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Which is the most efficient system to use in Win XP - FAT32 or NTFS?
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> Lilli
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In general you are better off with NTFS. With a partition over 32 gigs...
due to large cluster size FAT32 is very wastful with space.
NTFS also has better security and fault tolerance.




 
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philo wrote:
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|| In general you are better off with NTFS. With a partition over 32
|| gigs... due to large cluster size FAT32 is very wastful with space.
|| NTFS also has better security and fault tolerance.

Why can't any of you thick tossers give me a straight yes or no answer?
*****!

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