changing to NTFS

  suburban train 21:11 18 Jan 03
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  suburban train 21:11 18 Jan 03

I am considering changing my Hard disk from FAT323 to NTFS should i go ahead. I know it compress data on the disk but what will happen to data on my disk for example i have uni assignments saved on my hard drive if i convert to ntfs can i still access them and what will happen if i use those assignments on a different PC which has FAT32 will i lose some control over them.

  powerless 21:29 18 Jan 03

Go right ahead, but make 2 backups first.

A file created on FAT32 can be read on NTFS. For example a .doc can be created using word on a FAT32 computer. The file can then be read/edited whatever you want on a computer with NTFS.

  suburban train 21:42 18 Jan 03

why would backups be needed

  1514 21:48 18 Jan 03

Measure twice, cut once. Just to be sure!!

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