Virtual File Allocation Table (VFAT)
Definition - What does Virtual File Allocation Table (VFAT) mean?
A virtual file allocation table (VFAT) is an extension to the file allocation table (FAT) from Windows 95 and onward for creating, storing and managing files with long names. VFAT enables a hard disk drive to store files with names that are more than eight characters long.
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