NTFS is Microsoft's proprietary file system for Windows. It has been the default file system on Windows for over twenty years. As such, its support is vital for interoperability with the drives that have all your data on them.
That's right! Support for the ext family of file systems that are used on Linux. ReactOS plans to go beyond Microsoft and add native support for these file systems. In this update, we will be covering EXT2/3/4 support in ReactOS!
In A Year's Progress: NTVDM (Part 1) we talked about what NTVDM stood for and the earliest version of NTVDM that as woefully underdeveloped. In this part we will cover the new NTVDM written by [TheFlash].
Hi everyone, this is another update in the "A Year's Progress" series where we’ll cover one of the biggest achievements in the making of ReactOS 0.4 the past year: NTVDM.
Therefore, we would like to present it to you along with an overview about the work that has been done to get it where it is now. Due to the 2500 characters limit of Indiegogo updates, we split this update into two parts.
For those who don't know what NTVDM stands for yet, let's start with some basics: