Lab 5.5 Using NTFS Compression

Lab 5.5 Using NTFS Compression - Thaddeus Reese NT1230 Ms...

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Thaddeus Reese NT1230 Ms. Geter April 11, 2016 Lab 5.5 Using NTFS Compression 18. What color is the font for the brochure images folder? Blue 19. How large is the picture1 file on the disk? 12.0 MB 20. The image file has been moved into a folder using NTFS compression. Why isn’t the file any smaller? Because you only dragged it over there you didn’t cut and paste
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Unformatted text preview: 21. What is the size on disk of the picture1 file now? 832 KB 22. Why did the file shrink, when it remained full size when it was moved? Before it was just moved and not copied to the folder. This time when it was copied to the folder it made a compression of an already existing file....
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