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Choosing a File System ntfs, exfat, fat32, ext4.
For a system drive, use NTFS (Windows), ext4 (Linux), or HFS+ /APFS (macOS).
For USB drives and memory cards, use FAT32 for capacities under 32GB.
exFAT is the best choice for a flash drive or memory card of 32GB capacity or more or when you need to store files greater than 4 GB in size.
For other drives or SSds, NTFS is the best choice for anybody who is entirely or primarlt windows-based while exFAT is the best choice that anybody who regularly shares file between a PC and Mac.
Subject to its file size and volume size limitation, FAT32 also remains an option for external drives that need to be accessed across a wide range of Windows, Mac and Linus System.