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Move From the FAT to FAT32 File System Under Windows 95 OSR2

If you are running the OEM SR2 version of Windows 95, or plan to be running it, consider using the FAT32 file system enhancement, which will allow you to have bigger partitions with smaller cluster sizes. There are tradeoffs involved, but FAT32 in general will save you disk space and allow you to use all of larger hard disks without having to make many smaller partitions. If you are not sure of your Windows 95 version, use this procedure to find out.

Warning: Converting a system from FAT to FAT32 is not a simple matter. Please don't attempt it unless you know what you are doing.

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