We’ve figured out a better way to store data on a hard drive. It’s called FAT32 and
we’ve built it into Microsoft® Windows®98. So if you put Windows 98 on the
computer you’re using now, not only will you discover an average of
28%* more space on your hard drive, but suddenly
you’re a big geek,
using all kinds of fancy-dancy file allocation technology. Of course, if you get
Windows 98 on a new computer, you’ll miss out on the whole epiphany and all
this improvement will just seem normal to you.
Works better. Plays better.
Where do you want to go today?®
*Results based on a test of 200 users’ hard
drives. This test calculated the space to be gained by converting from FAT16 to
FAT32. To convert to FAT32 you need a 512MB or larger hard-drive partition. Actual
experience will vary depending on hard-drive partition size and number of files
on your system. Hard-drive partitions in excess of 1GB and/or a large number of files
yield best results.
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