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FAT32 for Windows NT 4.0

You don't have to wait for Windows NT 5 to get FAT32 support under Windows NT. FAT32 is a FAT32 file system driver for Windows NT 4.0. It allows you to read and write FAT32 drives (created by Windows 95 OSR2) from Windows NT 4.0 just as you do FAT16 or NTFS drives. Once installed, any FAT32 drives on your system will be fully accessible as native Windows NT volumes. Maximize your hard disk space by converting your inefficient FAT16 drives to FAT32, without sacrificing their accessibility under Windows 95/98 and Windows NT. A must have for the serious dual-booter.

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