You use My Computer & Windows Explorer to browse the file system on a drive in Windows XP.
NTFS is the predominant file system although FAT is supported on XP.
Windows XP and Windows 7 both use the same file system by default: NTFS.
What is structure of window in windows XP
Windows Vista is the successor to Windows XP.
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In windows 98 there is no security but u can secure your 98 window by installing third party software and windows xp secured if u choose ntfs partitiion
DOS and all versions of Windows support FAT16 file system.
Both Windows XP and Vista use the NTFS file system. There are no differences between the two in this respect.
No. They already use the same file system.
System State Data
System file checker for XP and Windows Resource Protection for Vista and newer.
New technology file system.
In the root folder on the system drive.
The NTFS file system will allow you to use the full capabilities of Windows XP. For example. EFS (encrypted file system) will only work on an NTFS partition. However, if you have upgraded from a previous version of Windows to Windows XP it is likely that your file system will be FAT32. If you have a dual boot computer, using a previous version of windows or a Linux installation and intend on accessing some of your files from both operating systems, you will need to use FAT32 as older versions of Windows and Linux cannot read NTFS.