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comment Why are some (all?) files bigger on Mac OS X?
@Lucifer That's because FAT32 has a maximum file size of 4GB minus 1 byte. However, I'm not asking about the maximum file size. I'm asking why it is like this, and I think it's because of the file system structure as well.
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