exFAT file system

In the latest upgrade of Data Copy King, there’s one section called ‘Format’, this ‘format function is used to format the target disk with the Exfat file system and then the users of Data Copy King are able to use the ‘Image to file’ function.

So what’s esFAT file system?’

The Extended FAT File System (exFAT) is a new and not yet widely used file system. Some people are nicknaming it as FAT64. It has been out for a few years and it will gain acceptance and momentum  with the release of storage devices that will support the new SDXC standard.

exFAT file system suited especially for USB flash drives, introduced by Microsoft for embedded devices in Windows Embedded CE 6.0, in their desktop operating systems Windows Vista Service Pack 1 and Windows 7, and in their server operating system Windows Server 2008.

exFAT can be used where the NTFS file system is not a feasible solution, due to data structure overhead, or where the file size or directory restrictions of previous versions of the FAT file system are unacceptable.

Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (both x86 and x64) users can add support for exFAT by installing an update from Microsoft. An experimental, open source Linux kernel module that supports the reading of exFAT files is currently under development. A FUSE-based full-featured implementation is currently in beta status. A proprietary, read/write solution, licensed and derived from the Microsoft exFAT implementation, is available for Android, Linux and other operating systems from Tuxera. A proprietary, full-featured implementation—XCFiles—is available from Datalight. A third party open source driver is available for DOS.

Data Copy King has no restriction of hdd brands, os or file systems.

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