Can Microsoft’s exFAT file system bridge the gap between OSes?

Posted by BernardSwiss on Jun 22, 2013 9:01 AM EDT
Ars Technica; By Dave Girard
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One of the more painful areas of cross-platform computing is data sharing. While networking between Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux has gotten a lot easier thanks to SAMBA, disk sharing still feels like it’s in its infancy thanks to proprietary file systems and the unique legacy needs of the respective operating systems they run on.

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