What are the differences between FAT32, NTFS and HFS?
• These names refer to the type of formatting that is used to prepare a storage device for use. • HFS is used with Mac computers and can only be viewed and used from a Mac computer. • NTFS is a Windows format that can be viewed by both Windows and Mac computers. Users can only copy data to an NTFS format from Windows. • FAT32 is an older format that can be read and have data copied to by both Mac and Windows, but has some limitations that will prevent users from saving files larger than 4GB in size and is slower when compared to NTFS and HFS. The Clickfree backup drives are set to NTFS by default. The Clickfree Travelers are set to FAT32 by default. Any external USB drives used with the Clickfree line of Transformers may have been previously set to FAT32 by default. Please consult the manufacturer’s documentation for more details. If a device is formatted in FAT32, then the Clickfree device will not be able to backup any file larger than 4GB. When a Clickfree backup drive is plugged in