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Microsoft to Support exFAT File System in Linux,…

[ad_1] Microsoft’s exFAT file system is quite popular for removable mass storage devices such as SD cards and USB flash drives as it’s supported in Windows, and many consumers devices such as cameras can handle…

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Microsoft Announces Support of ExFAT File System on…

[ad_1] Microsoft has been increasingly embracing Linux through integration with its own services, including Windows 10. This week, the company has made a long-awaited decision that will allow its exFAT file format to work on…

Microsoft brings exFAT file system in Linux kernel

Microsoft brings exFAT file system in Linux kernel…

[ad_1] Back in 2006, Microsoft launched its file system for flash drives and SD cards, ExFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) as the successor of FAT32. So far, mounting these drives and cards on Linux machines…

Microsoft Wants exFAT in Linux Kernel, Opens File System Specs

Microsoft Wants exFAT in Linux Kernel, Opens File…

[ad_1] 28 Aug 2019, 11:05 p.m. Microsoft announced today that it supports the inclusion of its exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) file system for USB flash drives and SD cards in the Linux kernel through…

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Open Source Wins: Microsoft Is Bringing exFAT File…

[ad_1] Linux users have known the pain of dealing with exFAT-formatted flash drives and SD cards on their computers. Thankfully Microsoft, which has recently become a big Linux fanboy, is removing its hold on the…

Microsoft Opens Up exFAT File System Technology, Wants It In The Linux Kernel

Microsoft Opens Up exFAT File System Technology, Wants…

[ad_1] Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin <div _ngcontent-c15="" innerhtml="We see "Microsoft ♥ Linux" thrown around frequently by Redmond, but this move should further erode any doubts you may have. Or it…

Microsoft Wants exFAT in Linux Kernel, Opens File System Specs

Microsoft Wants exFAT in Linux Kernel, Opens File…

[ad_1] Microsoft announced today that it supports the inclusion of its exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) file system for USB flash drives and SD cards in the Linux kernel through the Open Invention Network. "Today we’re pleased to…