Re: 2014 sd card capacity?
From PC Authority:
When you format a USB drive of more than 32GB, the default option is to use NTFS, which is Windows’ “native” file system. Unfortunately, while NTFS drives can be read by all major computing platforms, OS X and Linux systems can’t write to these volumes without third-party software.*
The simplest solution is to use the FAT32 format, which is supported across all three major platforms. If your disk is larger than 32GB, the Windows Format requester won’t show FAT32 as an option, but you can format a disk with this files system from the command prompt by typing “format d: /fs:fat32 /q” – where d: is the letter of your removable drive. The /q parameter specifies a quick format, which means Windows won’t spend time checking the drive for errors.
FAT32 has one limitation: individual files can’t exceed 4GB, which could be a problem if – for example – you’re planning to move huge videos or database files around. In this case, you should choose the exFAT file system: this raises the maximum file size to 16 billion gigabytes. exFAT is only supported on Windows Vista and later, and on OS X 10.6.5 or later.
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