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    NTFS FAT32 and FAT16 File sizes in Microsoft Windows
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    This article in the Microsoft Documentation shows:

    Size Limitations in NTFS and FAT File Systems

    NTFS Size Limits
    Maximum file size Theory: 16 exabytes minus 1 KB (264 bytes minus 1 KB)
    Implementation: 16 terabytes minus 64 KB (244 bytes minus 64 KB)
    Maximum volume size Theory: 264 clusters minus 1 cluster
    Implementation: 256 terabytes minus 64 KB ( 232 clusters minus 1 cluster)
    Files per volume 4,294,967,295 (232 minus 1 file)

    Maximum Sizes on FAT32 Volumes
    A FAT32 volume must have a minimum of 65,527 clusters. Windows XP Professional can format FAT32 volumes up to 32 GB, but it can mount larger FAT32 volumes created by other operating systems. Table 13.6 lists FAT32 size limits.

    Maximum file size 4 GB minus 1 byte (232 bytes minus 1 byte)
    Maximum volume size 32 GB (implementation)
    Files per volume 4,177,920
    Maximum number of files and subfolders within a single folder 65,534 (The use of long file names can significantly reduce the number of available files and subfolders within a folder.)

    Maximum Sizes on FAT16 Volumes
    FAT16 supports a maximum of 65,524 clusters per volume. Table 13.7 lists FAT16 size limits.

    Maximum file size 4 GB minus 1 byte (232 bytes minus 1 byte)
    Maximum volume size 4 GB
    Files per volume Approximately 65,536 (216 files)
    Maximum number of files and folders within the root folder 512 (Long file names can reduce the number of available files and folders in the root folder.)
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