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You're Even More Clueless!

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on November 18, 2006 02:05 AM
Windows has had a journaling file system since NT 4 back in 1993. As you know, it's called NTFS.

Chkdsk is the same as fsck, get a clue. As for defrag, what's your point? I guarantee you that WHEN someone offers a defrag for Ext or Reiser, it will be hailed as the greatest thing since sliced bread. Yawn.

Large and small file support? Encryption and compression? Are you truly so clueless as to believe that these features are not available in NTFS and NSS?

Just because something is free does not make it inherrently superior! Freeness also does not negate the fact that the feature is COMPLETELY MISSING! The ability to salvage deleted files has nothing to do with trash cans. If you had a clue, you'd have avoided posting!


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