What computer operating system first used the ntfs system?
Windows NT 3.1
The NTFS file system,introduced with first version of Windows NT,is a completely different file system from FAT. It provides for greatly incresed security,file-by-file compression,quotas,and even encryption. The NTFS file system is generally not compatible with other operating systems installed on the same computer,nor is it availablewhen you have booted a computer from a floppy disk..
Short for New technology File System, one of the file system for the Windows NT operating system (Windows NT also supports the FAT file system). NTFS has features to improve reliability, such as transaction logs to help recover from disk failures. To control access to files, you can set permissions for directories and/or individual files. NTFS files are not accessible from other operating systems such as DOS.
To install more than one operating system on a computer, it is best to start with the oldest first. For example, if you are installing Windows 98 and Windows XP on a computer, install the Windows 98 first. Put the installations on separate partitions. This will prevent conflicts between the two. Once you have installed the second operating system you will find that each time you start your computer, you are given the option of…