Different SSD Performance with File System: FAT32/NTFS
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- Different SSD Performance with File System: FAT32/NTFS
NTFS is the modern file system Windows likes to use by default. While FAT 32 is an older file system that’s not as efficient as NTFS and doesn’t support as big a feature set, but offers better compatibility with other operating systems.
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FAT32 – Previous File System, Component of Intelligent Industries
NTFS – Perfect File System for SSD
|FAT32||supports tops out at 4GB and volume size tops out at 2TB.||Use it on removable drives where you need maximum compatibility with the widest range of devices, assuming you don’t have any files 4 GB or larger in size.|
|NTFS||No realistic file-size or partition-size limits.||NTFS is ideal for internal drives including system disk.|
Comparing with FAT32, NTFS is more powerful. Also it is sutiable for disk and partiton with large capacity. Besides, higher utilization and security and more stable make NTFS to be a more flexible file system.
If you are using Windows, NTFS is also the best choice. Also, it provides a better compatiblity for SSD: helps SSD get better performance on read/write.
Although FAT32 works with all versions of Windows, it is still out of date. Its performace can not fulfill the need of modern data transfer. Use it on removable drives, assuming you don’t have any 4GB or larger files.
When using Renee Becca to migrate syste, it can make perfert migration no matter you are using FAT32 or NTFS.