Microsoft’s exFat is now on the Linux Kernel!!

exFat file system is now coming for Linux kernel

exFat is on the Linux Kernel


r. John Gossman, Microsoft’s Distinguished Engineer Linux Board Foundation Member recently announced its support of exFat on the Linux Kernel. Microsoft is getting close with Linux and recently they announced the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2(WSL 2) and now exFat file system support has been added to the Linux Kernel. exFat(Extensible file allocation table)is a file system that is developed by Microsoft and used on Windows and other storage devices and plugin and use storage devices. With these Plugin storage devices formatted using exFat makes them work extremely easy on Laptop, cars, and other devices and hence it will be essential for Linux users too. From the actions of Microsoft, it is clearly seen that Microsoft Loves Linux.

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