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Some users also make a benchmark on NTFS vs ReFS and the result is that ReFS is indeed faster than NTFS. If you use an SSD, the ReFS speed acceleration effect will be more obvious. NTFS supports up to 256TB file size and volume size (64KB cluster size), while ReFS supports up to 35PB file size and volume size.What is NTFS resizing and how does it work?
The feature of resizing allows you to increase or reduce the size of the NTFS volume through the use of unallocated disk space within the system. As mentioned above, ReFS can be integrated with Windows Storage Spaces, which enables real-time tier optimization. A volume in ReFS is divided into two sectors, namely performance tier and capacity tier.What is refs and why should I use it?
To sum it up fairly quickly, ReFS is really designed primarily for virtualization and archival data storage. It is leaps and bounds more robust than NTFS and the best Windows has to offer right now, and it will replace NTFS in a few years.Is it the end of NTFS?
But, that does not mean that NTFS has reached its end. ReFS has staggeringly higher limits, but very few systems use more than a fraction of what NTFS can offer. ReFS does have impressive resilience features, but NTFS also has self-healing powers and you have access to RAID technologies to defend against data corruption.