bonch writes “Microsoft has shared details about its new filesystem called ReFS, which stands for Resilient File System. Codenamed ‘Protogon,’ ReFS will first appear as the storage system for Windows Server and later be offered to Windows clients. Microsoft plans to deprecate lesser-used NTFS features while maintaining ‘a high degree of compatibility’ for most uses. NTFS has been criticized in the past for its inelegant architecture.”
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