List of File Systems

List Of File Systems

The following lists identify, characterize and link to more thorough information on computer file systems.

Many older operating systems support only their one "native" file system, which does not bear any name apart from the name of the operating system itself.

Read more about List Of File Systems:  Disk File Systems, Distributed File Systems, Special Purpose File Systems

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