This is a spin-off from another question I have regarding backup. I'm encountering trouble copying large files (above 4GB) to my USB HDD (same in english). I believe that this is a limitation with the FAT32 filesystem.
I'm inclined to format the HDD to NTFS, since allows me to copy larger files, right? But I want to know if there's any reason i shouldn't do this. Something tells me there's a reason that the drive was formatted to FAT32 from the factory.
I use the HDD with windows machines primarily, and backup savegames from my PS3.
So, are there any good reasons for me not to convert to NTFS?