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Jelena Mamčenko Operating Systems Lecture Notes on Operating Systems 49 Windows 95A FAT16 Windows 95 OSR2 FAT16, FAT32 Windows 98 FAT16, FAT32 Windows 98SE FAT16, FAT32 Windows NT 4 FAT16, NTFS Windows 2000 FAT16, FAT32, NTFS In addition to the disk administration utilities previously mentioned, information about a drive can be displayed by right clicking the drive in My Computer or Windows Explorer and selecting "Properties". In a Windows 9x system, a window like the one below will appear. Backing up drives allows you to recover your data or even the entire system if a catastrophe occurs. There are several different types of backup: Full - copies all files and marks them as being backed up. Incremental - copies only files created/changed since last full backup and marks them as being backed up. Differential - copies only files created/changed since last full backup and doesn’t mark them as being backed up. Daily
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