File Allocation Table, aka File Allocation Table, is a historical filesystem created in 1977. File Allocation Table (FAT) is a computer file system architecture and a family of industry-standard file systems utilizing it. The FAT file system is a continuing standard which borrows source code from the original, legacy file system and proves to be simple and robust. It offers useful performance even in lightweight implementations, but cannot deliver the same performance, reliability and scalability as some modern file systems. Read more on Wikipedia...
- File Allocation Table ranks in the top 20% of entities I track
- the File Allocation Table wikipedia page
- File Allocation Table first appeared in 1977
- See also: exfat, ntfs, linux, freebsd, ext4, ascii, x86-assembly, rexx, java, android
- I have 18 facts about File Allocation Table. what would you like to know? email me and let me know how I can help.
Last updated October 12th, 2019