Live File System

Live File System is the term Microsoft uses to describe the packet writing method of creating discs in Windows Vista and later, which allows files to be added incrementally to the media. These discs use the UDF file system.

The Live File System option is used by default by AutoPlay when formatting/erasing a CD/DVD -R or -RW.

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