Fat32 is a type of Fat file system.
Fat file system has 3 types
1) Fat12 2)Fat16 3)Fat32
The number in the names of file systems represents no. of bits used in the addressing scheme.
more bits means more addresses, so large drives are accessed and addressed through the file system.
Fat12 was used only for very small drives, floppies and tiny hard drives.
Fat16 is used for only upto the drive/partitions up to 2GB.
Fat32 is is used for addressing upto 2TB drives/partitions.
Before Fat32 the when there was Fat16 was available only, that had 16 bits to address, was called as the Fat simpally.
FAT and FAT32. Most common is FAT32
FAT - FAT32 - File Allocation Table
FAT, FAT16, FAT32, or NTF2
The difference between them is that white fat is found in adults and brown fat is found in children.
exFAT file system for large external storage devices that you want to use with other operating systems. And FAT32 for small hard drives or USB flash drives because does not have as much overhead as NTFS.
It's 2 GB for FAT, 4 GB for FAT32 and (2^64 (2 to 64-th power) - 1024) bytes for NTFS
crude fat is the fat with alcohol
it is the ingredints
fat free cheese is fat free
The level of fat content!
yes possible... but not fat 32 to fat 16
Trans fat has to be removed after a while.And regular fat you have to have or you'll die.
Skimmed milk has a bit of fat, fat free milk has no fat
Windows doesn't provide any tools for converting an NTFS volume to FAT or FAT32. You will have to copy the files on the volume to another location and then format the drive. Note that FAT32 is a much more limited file system than NTFS, and there is probably no advantage to doing so on a server.
People can usually tell the difference in between low fat and regular food items. This is because the low fat item will usually taste blander.
Skim milk has a small amount of fat while fat free has no fat in it
because of your taste buds... in low fat foods there are some ingriedents are missing and so you can tell the difference between them
Because it can manage the files more appropriately as compared to FAT 16
Yes. All Windows based file systems require periodic defragmentation for optimal performance. FAT, FAT32 and NTFS file systems all require defragmentation.
I am not familiar with these terms but I would presume that visible fat is fat you can view and invisible fat is fat you cannot view.
fat is referred to Animal fat/ saturated fat=no double bonds between carbon chain while oil is referred to plant or fish fat(oil)/ unsaturated fat = it contains double bonds between carbon chain.