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About How Much Faster Is EXT4 Than NTFS

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If this a lmgtfy..... -___- I ASK YOU GUYS I can google im asking opinions .
About how much faster is EXT4 Than NTFS? Was your question, it doesn't seem like much of an opinionated question, more like a factual question.
 
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About how much faster is EXT4 Than NTFS? Was your question, it doesn't seem like much of an opinionated question, more like a factual question.
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Well benchmarks prove that Ext-4 can perform read/write operations faster than NTFS, however they are just benchmarks and don't indicate real-world performance. Of course, if it performs better in benches it will usually perform better in real applications, however the difference is probably trivial to the everyday computer user.
 
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Well benchmarks prove that Ext-4 can perform read/write operations faster than NTFS, however they are just benchmarks and don't indicate real-world performance. Of course, if it performs better in benches it will usually perform better in real applications, however the difference is probably trivial to the everyday computer user.
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Better but not answer my question.
Your question is almost impossible to answer. There are no proper implementations of NTFS on Linux or other non-windows systems and no proper implementations of ext4 on Windows. Thus, there are too many variables to directly compare the two file systems.

If you're just trying to compare the hacked, reverse engineered implementation of NTFS on Linux with a proper implementation of ext4, Google has hundreds of answers.
 
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