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Re: exFAT vs FAT32

Fat32 has various limitations as to individual file sizes & overall drive size, as well as different problems with fragmentation that have been eliminated or improved with exFat.
Unless you are using USB Flash Ram, I see no reason to want to use Fat32 anymore. A/V devices have NTFS reading capability as well, still not a standard, but guaranteed not to work with Apple.
Hope this helps,
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