The composition of files is a key to successfully negotiating the A+ Operating System test part. Understanding the organization and file feature information is also a key to managing a hard drive efficiently. Realizing that not all file structures are alike can also aid in preparing for the installation of a new drive.
Each operating system has a file structure that dictates how information should be organized when written to the hard drive. There are features and benefits to each type of structure, and understanding those features allows informed choices to be made.
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