- File Allocation Table (FAT) based on 16-bit
integer addressing, developed by Microsoft. FAT16 was the file system
used by MS-DOS and Windows 3.1.
FAT16 supports files of up to 2GB, and
directories containing up to 65517 entries (files or folders).
FAT16 has been superseded by FAT32.
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