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ntfs.sys is the NTFS driver for the Windows operating system. However, Windows does not start itself. It relies on the Windows Boot Manager. Windows Boot Manager and winload have built-in NTFS support. It is likely not as full-featured as ntfs.sys. Windows Boot Manager (or rather winload) is responsible for loading all early drivers. These also include disk ...


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You seem to have run into a File Explorer bug. However, PowerShell 7.x and Windows PowerShell don't seem to have this bug. I created a "Test" folder on my Desktop, containing two files: " 1.jpg" and " 1.jpg". Then, I copied the contents of "Test" into "Test2" using the following command: Set-Location '~\...


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