Open Source File System Takes On Microsoft's exFAT Patents

Open Source File System Takes On Microsoft's exFAT Patents

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New One small developer says that he's readied an open-source alternative to Microsoft's exFAT file system, providing companies and individuals with a free alternative to Microsoft's file system for flash drives. Over the weekend, developer Andrew Nayenko announced fuse-exFAT 1.0.0, completing three years of development on the project. Tarball archives have been...
Open Source File System Takes On Microsoft's exFAT Patents
                                       

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