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Definition of FAT16
What does FAT16 mean?
- [computing] 16-bit FAT (16-bit file allocation table; 16-bit file allocation table, 16-bit file allocation table) ; 16-bit allocation table version of FAT
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Exams FC0-U41, FC0-U11, and FC0-U21 by Andrew Smith, Faithe Wempen
FAT16 is a very old filesystem that is now obsolete. CDFS is the filesystem on CD -ROMs. FAT12 is the filesystem used on floppy disks, now obsolete. 8 Operational Problems OBJECTIVES COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER: Fundamentals of ...
by Ed Bott
Tip from In special circumstances, sometimes FAT16 is a better choice. To store a very large number of small files, such as a ...
by David Dowsett
(see FAT16, NTFS, Windows). FAT16 (comp) File allocation table. This is the map that ...
by Binh Nguyen
Filesystems supported are ext2, ext3, fat (FAT16 and FAT32) and linux−swap. Parted can also detect HFS (Mac OS), JFS, NTFS, ReiserFS, UFS and XFS filesystems, but cannot create/remove/resize/check these filesystems yet. The nature of ...
FAT16 In Microsoft Windows, a file allocation table that uses a 16-bit scheme which restricts the interface can cluster addressing maximum hard-disk size to 2.6GB. Also, FAT16 is inefficient in disk-space utilization as the default cluster size can ...
Dictionary of Computing (101-)
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FAT16 (commonly called just FAT) and FAT32 are the two common versions. NTFS is recommended instead of FAT for most implementations due to better performance and security. Favorite. A webpage for which you've created a shortcut in ...
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