The Default Cluster Size for the NTFS and FAT File Systems
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 314878 - This article describes and lists the default values that Windows XP uses to format a volume. The article lists default values for both the NTFS file system and the file allocation table (FAT) file system.
HOW TO: Convert a FAT16 or FAT32 Volume to NTFS
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 307881 - Windows XP supports three file systems for fixed disks: FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS. It is recommended that you use NTFS with Windows XP because of its advanced performance, security, and reliability features.
This article describes how to convert a FAT16 or FAT32 volume to
How to Use Convert.exe to Convert a Partition to the NTFS File System
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 214579 - Windows supports two disk file systems: the FAT file system and the NTFS file system. This article explains how to convert a FAT partition into an NTFS partition, and the considerations to take into
HOW TO: Disable the NTFS File System Tracking of Broken Shortcut Links
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 299780 - If you disable a shortcut, the NTFS File System in Windows XP and Windows 2000 automatically attempts to locate the shortcut destination by searching all paths that are associated with the shortcut. This step-by-step article describes how
to prevent this behavior from occurring.